PRP Penile Rejuvenation (A treatment for male sexual dysfunctions)
A healthy sex life is very important, as research has shown that it provides great benefits to the mind and body.
Yet, as high as 43% of women, are reportedly suffering from various sexual dysfunctions such as poor lubrication, painful sex and inability to orgasm.
A considerable percentage of men also suffer from several sexual dysfunctions, including forms of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie’s Disease.
But unlike women, men’s issues have a long history of treatment with pills and injections.
Fortunately, there is a natural, almost painless and quick non-surgical treatment that may relieve both men and women from these sexual dysfunctions: The PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation and PRP Penile Rejuvenation treatment.
For men, the PRP Penile Rejuvenation is used to improve the blood flow to the penis, which results in an increased sensitivity and hardness of the penis.
Some men also notice an increase in the length and girth of their penis both when erect and when flaccid after receiving a PRP Penile Rejuvenation treatment.
Patient reports have noted a shortening of the “refractory period”, which is the time needed between being able to achieve subsequent orgasms.
The PRP Penile Rejuvenation stimulates the growth of new blood vessels, which improves blood flow along the corpus cavernosa.
It also promotes the release of many growth factors, stimulating the rejuvenation of tissues comprising the penis.
The PRP Penile Rejuvenation has also been used to treat a disease condition in men, called Peyronie’s. Peyronie’s disease is penis problem caused by scar tissue, called plaque, that forms inside the penis.
It can make the penis to bend upward or to the side. Most men with Peyronie’s disease can still have sex. But for some, it’s difficult or painful.
In January of (2010), researchers at the University of California School of Medicine injected adipose-tissue derived stem cells into the penis of diabetic rats.
The results obtained were to “improve erectile function and to alter the micro-architecture of the corpus cavernosum with an “increase in the number of endothelial cells” in the corpus cavernosum.
This translates into the rats having a harder penis with more tissue, resulting in an increase in the size of the organ. They report that the number of stem cells was so small that they think that the results came from the “paracrine” effects of the fat.
This means that they thought the growth factors in the fat are what caused the improvement. These are the same types of growth factors found in huge quantities in the PRP derived from the patient’s blood.
As early as 2003, an article out of Boston in the Journal of Urology (J Urol 2003, click here to view), discussing new therapies for erectile dysfunction, suggested, “neovascularization using vascular growth factors has been recently demonstrated to be feasible in animal models.”
Translation: If you inject growth factors into an animal’s penis, then it grows new blood vessels and new tissue and gets a bigger harder penis.
So, 7 years ago, this was suggested as a possibility for people-animals. PRP is a way of supplying those growth factors.
The PRP Penile Rejuvenation has been shown to boost the confidence and quality of life in women and men. The procedures may improve sexual capabilities, stamina and sensation, resulting in a greater satisfaction with your sex life.
Though PRP Penile Rejuvenation treatments are recommended for treating sexual dysfunctions, they are not for everybody, as other treatments may be more suitable for you.
You should consult an experienced Physician trained and certified in these specialized procedures for advice. This will help you understand the options and make the right treatment decisions to best satisfy your sexual needs and desires.