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The P-Shot for Peyronie's Disease

The P-Shot for Peyronie's Disease

By: Dr. Anne Truong
June 16, 2020



The Priapus Shot Protocol, or P Shot, is a treatment option for Peyronie’s disease, a condition that causes the curvature of the penis when erect. Men also tend to have a weaker or less hard erection when they have this condition.

Why Does It Occur?


There are numerous reasons it can occur. Some men are more prone to this condition than others. Men who have this condition may have a genetic component that causes the condition. Those who smoke are also at a heightened risk for the condition. In some cases, trauma can cause it. Though trauma can be a factor for some men, they may not remember any injury or may have a high pain tolerance that makes it impossible to remember an injury like this. For others, there is evidence of increased incidence of antibodies to collagenase.

Finding a Treatment for the Condition

The treatment for Peyronie’s disease needs to address a variety of concerns. Most importantly, it is important to choose a low
risk way of improving the condition. More so, using chemicals or other types of invasive procedures is not ideal for many men.
Rather, turning to natural solutions, which utilize the body’s own ability to heal, may be ideal. This, along with support for the
immune system through the use of vitamins and improved diet, can significant harness the body’s ability to heal naturally.
This lead to the development of the P Shot treatment. Designed to provide a natural way of healing, this treatment has shown
significant improvement for many men.

What Goes into the P Shot Treatment?

There are several components that make up this process. Across seven steps, it is possible to see results.

Pump: The first step is to use a pump on a daily basis. This creates traction, encouraging the enlongating of the penis.

Food and Nutrition: Improvement to a person’s diet needs to focus specifically on several areas. This includes the use of
CoQ10 at 300 mg per day. It also requires the use of Vitamin E at 1200 IU/Daily in the morning and Vitamin C at 3000 mg/day
with food. Finally, the use of a B complex support supplement is also beneficial.

Priapus Shot: The shot must be used in the proper method, following a very specific step-by-step process. This is done every
6 to 8 weeks and up to three shots. At the 12-week point, after the second shot, if there is no benefit, the use of collagenase to
support the process may be necessary. The third P Shot is then given at six weeks after this.

Hormone Regulation: It’s also important to focus on hormones ensuring they are well-balanced and maintained. Low
testosterone levels, for example, can lead to Peyronie’s development. Treatment using the appropriate hormone regimen may
include the use of IGF-1, Prolactin, or Estradiol.

Walking: The P Shot protocol also includes the need to walk at least 21 miles a week. This can help to improve circulation,
reduce the inflammation common with Peyronie’s disease, and improves erection quality. It aids in supporting all other
therapies as well.

Stop Smoking: A person who smokes is significantly at risk for the development of this condition. For the P Shot protocol to be
effective, then, a person needs to stop smoking. Smoking causes damage to the arteries and all blood vessels, limiting
circulation.

Cialis: In addition to these treatments, some men may also benefit from the use of Cialis. This is often prescribed at 2.5 to 5
mg per day. If a male does not have erectile dysfunction, the lower dosage is possible. It should be taken each morning. If
there is erectile dysfunction present, using 5mg per day may be a better result.

Following the P Shot protocol, many men are able to see significant improvement in erection size and the reduction of
curvature of the penis. This is not only beneficial for sexual benefits, but also for improving self-esteem and overall confidence.

If you'd like more information on if the P-shot might be right for you, contact us at 540-374-3164.