PRP is platelet rich plasma which is a component of whole blood. PRP is used in multiple medical disciplines for tissue repair and regeneration, as well as stem cell recruitment and mobilization. Introducing your own PRP into your penis can help treat Peyronie’s disease (curvature of the penis), increase sensitivity by reversing nerve damage caused by diabetes, and also provide penile enhancement.

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  • PRP can create new nerve and blood vessel formation (Neuroangiogenesis)
  • Increase blood flow for firmer erections
  • Increase sensitivity - Due to new nerve formation
  • Increase pleasure sensation
  • Increased confidence
  • May enhance effectiveness of ED medications

As it is your own blood, it is 100% natural and there are no allergic reactions. PRP can also provide penile enhancement and is currently used in multiple medical disciplines, such as plastic surgery, sports medicine, orthopedics, and others.


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 What fields of medicine use PRP?
  • Plastic surgery
  • Oral maxilofacial surgery
  • Orthopedics
  • General surgery
  • Sports medicine
  • Wound care/healing
  • Facial rejuvenation
  • Dermatology
  • Urology and sexual med
  • Nerve injury / neurosurgery
  • Tendon, ligament muscle repair
  • Hair restoration
New applications for PRP are being discovered continuously
 What are the functions of Platelets?
  • Blood clotting
  • Tissue repair and regeneration
  • Stem cell recruitment and mobilization
 Why choose PRP?
  • Autologous (from your own body)
  • Rich in growth factors
  • Can be done as outpatient
  • Low risk
  • No allergies
  • Side effects are rare
  • No pain (w/ the use of lidocaine or topical numbing agent)
 Who is the right candidate?
  • Suffering from ED
  • Peyronie's disease
  • Pelvic pain
  • Diabetics - if you have decrease in sensitivity from nerve damage
  • Post prostate surgery
  • Desire for penile enhancement
  • If you like to avoid taking medications