Platelet Rich Plasma
Innovative autologous treatment to restore and rejuvinate penile tissue
Struggling with Erectile Dysfunction (ED) or Peyronie's Disease and looking for a safe, non-surgical treatment option?
What is it?
Platelets are tiny blood cells that play a crucial role in the body's natural healing process. They contain growth factors, which are proteins that are responsible for promoting tissue repair, regeneration, and healing. When an injury occurs, platelets are the first to arrive at the site, and they release growth factors that signal the body's natural healing process to begin. PRP therapy for ED and Peyronie's Disease involves extracting a small amount of the patient's blood, processing it to concentrate the platelets, and re-injecting the concentrated platelets into the targeted area.
How does it work?
This innovative treatment works by stimulating the release of growth factors and improving blood flow, which can alleviate symptoms and improve sexual function.
What are the benefits?
One of the key benefits of PRP therapy is that it is a non-surgical treatment option, making it a great alternative for those who are not comfortable with more invasive procedures. Additionally, PRP therapy is safe and effective, with minimal downtime and side effects.
Not only does PRP therapy help alleviate symptoms of Peyronie's Disease, but it also improves blood flow and sensation in the affected area, which can enhance the overall sexual experience. In the case of Peyronie's Disease, PRP therapy can help to reduce the buildup of scar tissue, which is the main cause of the condition. PRP has been shown to reduce pain and improve penile curvature in patients with Peyronie's Disease.
What is the evidence?
Studies have shown an improvement in erectile dysfunction in up to 82.8% of men receiving intracavernosal PRP injections.
In men with Peyronie's disease, about 70% of men noticed a 40% reduction in the angulation of their penile curvature.
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PRP therapy for ED and Peyronie's Disease is suitable for men who have not responded to other forms of treatment or who prefer a non-surgical option. It is important to note that this treatment is not suitable for everyone and a Urologist should be consulted to determine the best course of treatment for each individual case.
Don't let ED or Peyronie's Disease control your life any longer. Book your appointment today to find out if PRP therapy is right for you. Our team is here to help, and we look forward to helping you get back to a healthy, active, and fulfilling life.