Men: Restore Your Sex Drive with the He-Shot
Does Your Sex Drive Need A Pick Me Up? The He-Shot Might Be Right For You!
As men age, chronic health conditions can plague sexual performance. Diseases like diabetes, prostate enlargement, cancer, poor circulation, erectile dysfunction, and side effects from medications all take a toll on sexual health and well-being. Often times, men ask what can be done to improve sexual performance without the inconvenience of taking a pill or having surgery. The answer is simple: the He-Shot. We have answered your top six questions regarding this shot:
What is the He-Shot?
The He-Shot is a non-surgical procedure that is performed in your doctor’s office. It uses platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy, which is intended to stimulate growth and encourage healing by using the patient’s own blood platelets.
How does the He-Shot work?
PRP has regenerative abilities, stimulating healing and growth factors, causing improved circulation and the development of new blood vessels in the penis. Because of this, the patient will experience stronger erections and increased sensation resulting in improved sexual performance. Some men have also reported an increase in penis length and girth.
What does the He-Shot do?
Men have reported the following improvements after the He-Shot:
- Appearance Enhancement
- Increased Erection Firmness
- Enhanced Stamina
- Improved Sexual Performance
- Improved or Resolved Prostate Discomfort
- Improved or Resolved Urinary Incontinence
How is the He-Shot administered?
The patient’s blood is drawn from the arm using a special device that separates the platelet rich plasma from the rest of the blood. A topical anesthetic, numbing cream, is then applied to the penis for patient comfort. A very fine needle is used to inject the PRP into the specific areas of the penis responsible for sexual responsiveness, stimulating regeneration of nerves and blood vessels.
Are there any side effects of the He-Shot?
The most common side effects are minimal bruising and redness at the injection site. Since the plasma is retrieved from the patient, there is no risk of allergic reaction and does not warrant any serious side effects. The provider should go over the complete list of side effects before administration to ensure patient comfort and satisfaction.
How long does the He-Shot last?
The procedure itself can be completed in 30 minutes. Full effects are noticed within one to two weeks of the procedure. Patients are able to resume daily normal activities, including sexual intercourse, directly after the procedure. The withstanding effects of the He-Shot are reported to last up to one year.
Have questions? We have answers! Contact us at the office of Dr. Russell Imboden for any additional information and to set up your consult today!