Penis plasmotherapy (PRP) is now widely used in urology and helps to achieve positive dynamics in the treatment of various diseases of the male genital sphere.
What does this procedure consist in? Plasmotherapy in urology is an injection of the patient's own blood plasma into penis which helps to restore damaged tissues and triggers regenerative processes. The procedure is safe and has almost no contraindications. Rarely, local hematomas and edema can form at the injection site. As a rule, this is due to the high sensitivity of skin in the genital area. Platelet-rich plasma injections exclude allergic reactions.
Plasmotherapy in erectile dysfunction treatment
Erectile dysfunction is a sexual dysfunction in men when erection may be short or insufficient for sexual intercourse. The causes of erection dysfunction can be different.
PRP in erectile dysfunction treatment is carried out by the course - 1 time per week (5-6 injections in different parts of the penis) for 3-4 weeks. The effect in erectile dysfunction treatment can sometimes be achieved as early as 3-4 procedures after the introduction of one injection.
For erectile dysfunction, diagnosis, other medications can be prescribed to the patient apart from injections.
Plasma therapy in Peyronie disease treatment
Peyronie disease refers to penis diseases. Most men with this disease can have sex, but sexual intercourse can be accompanied by painful sensations and even result in the development of erectile dysfunction.
PRP in Peyronie disease treatment is carried out once a week for 3-4 weeks. Each time the patient is given 5-6 injections in different parts of the penis.
Plasma treatment in urology does not require a rehabilitation period and has proven effective. PRP therapy is not performed with LOD and shock wave therapy.
After plasmotherapy, urologists recommend abstaining from sexual intercourse for 10-14 days.
Contraindications to the procedure: penile cancer, autoimmune diseases and blood diseases.
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