Combined Treatment of Injecting Platelet Rich Plasma with Vacuum pump for Penile Enlargement
Sharath Mens Clinic, India
Introduction: To present the feasibility and safety of increasing penile length and girth by Combined Therapy, injecting Platelet Rich Plasma along with Vacuum Pump for penile enlargement.
Material and methods: From January 2015 to December 2015, 1220 patients with or without erectile dysfunction, underwent the technique of increasing penile length and girth by injecting Platelet Rich Plasma. Patients were using Vacuum Pump daily.
32ml own blood was withdrawn from the patients......Blood was centrifuged. PRP and RBC were separated. PRP is activated by PGE 1, then was injected into the Corpora. Procedure was repeated monthly for five months. Graduated Vacuum Pump and measuring tapes were used for taking penile measurements. Patients was taught to use the Vacuum Pump 20 minutes daily for 5 months.
Results: 1220 patients underwent the procedure.............
The median follow up was 6 months (range 3-12 months).
The mean penile length gain was 7mm per injection.
Total gain after 5 injections was 35mm.
The mean penile girth gain was 5mm per injection.
Total gain after 5 injections was 30mm.
Adverse side effect is negligible. Severe or fetal side effect was zero.
Erection satisfaction by the same patient was 70%.
Conclusion: penile length and girth enhancement.....is a safe, cheap and effective procedure. Procedure can be performed in the outpatient department.
Disclosure: Work supported by industry: no.
How to measure your penile size: (Please measure 1-2 days before P Shot)
What you need: a ruler, string, pencil, paper and calculator, scissor
Step 1: Get an erection
Step 2: Measure the length: position a ruler at the base of the erect penis, where it attaches to the body. Press into the pubic bone as far as you can, until you contact the bone. This is especially important if there’s a lot of belly fat. Measure from the base to the end of tip.
Step 3: Measure the girth (widest)
Step 4: Repeat 3 times throughout the day, morning, noon and night. Then average out the results using a calculator.