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Penis injections

Postby grape » Mon May 05, 2014 6:00 am

Haven't seen any testimonials, but there is an interesting procedure called Priapus . It involves PRP therapy. A vial of blood is drawn from the arm, then is spun and separated. The platelets are combined with another substance, then injected into the penis. Supposedly, an immediate response takes affect. The penis increases in length and girth. After a while, it subsides, but gradually an improvement is seen in most cases.
Anyone else hear of this? Google it.
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Re: Penis injections

Postby maXXXbulge » Sun Jul 20, 2014 10:45 am

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Re: Penis injections

Postby mr7_25 » Thu Aug 14, 2014 6:04 am

It's like $1800.00 a pop..Might bit pricey.It is supposed to work but they recommend you pump..so was the increase from treatment or pumping?The science behind it seems sound .Not sure I'd want someone to stick a needle in there..
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Re: Penis injections

Postby signman » Fri Mar 27, 2015 12:04 pm

I have been using alprostadil made by edex for four years now.The first time I injected the so called minimum dose of the 10mgc I had a raging erection for 5 and a half hours before it finally went done and it was very painful.Now I will remove the fluid down to less then the 25 mark on the cartridge and the erection lasts a little more then an hour and no pain at all , JUST do not inject the whole amount.Now its part of the foreplay.I think the cost is around $230.oo for two cartridges.If your a VIetnam Vet and are diagnosed with prostate cancer and have had it removed you are entitled to disability pay and your ED meds are no cost
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