If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” we want you to know you are not alone. Approximately 40% of men in their 40s experience some form erectile dysfunction. And, astoundingly, approximately 8% of men between the ages of 20 and 39 have experienced issues with erectile dysfunction.
With the revolutionary and painless P-Shot® we can help men who have recently noticed worrisome erectile issues.
Many men avoid talking about this sensitive subject with their doctors until the issue becomes severe. We encourage you to speak with Dr. McWhorter as soon as you notice symptoms to give treatment with the P-Shot® the best chance of success in resolving your issues.
All consultations and treatments are strictly confidential.
Benefits following the P-Shot®:
Call our staff at (334) 819-8190 to schedule your appointment or fill out the appointment box at the bottom of this page and we will contact you.
Yes. Dr. McWhorter received certification to administer the P-Shot® after training with Dr. Charles Runels, inventor of the P-Shot®, and is a member of the Cellular Medicine Association.
If you are a man who has noticed a decrease in sensation, or inability to maintain an erection the P-Shot® can help you regain male sexual function.
If the Erectile Dysfunction is mild, the P-Shot® will normally help restore full function. If the Erectile Dysfunction is severe the patient may see some improvement, but still need to take medication to achieve full erection.
Adults of most ages can have the procedure.
The procedure takes a little over one hour in our office.
No. We do not use general anesthesia, only topical numbing creams. You will be alert and able to drive yourself after the procedure.
We use an excellent numbing cream to significantly minimize pain. The majority of patients experience no pain at all. A few have reported a slight burning sensation for a short time. If you are more sensitive to pain, feel free to take Turmeric or Tylenol a couple of hours before the procedure. Arnica is popular as well, before and after the procedure.
There is typically no recovery time, and you can resume normal sexual activities immediately. Occasionally patients may have a tiny bruise that may last a couple of weeks, or mild swelling that lasts a day or two, but these are uncommon. Some patients may experience mild soreness and a tight feeling of the skin. This usually subsides in one or two days.
Patients may experience an unusually heightened sense of sexual urgency almost immediately and for several days after the procedure. Patients may also experience mild soreness and a tight feeling of the skin that usually subsides in one or two days.
Patients should see full results of the procedure within 3 months.
The effects of the P-Shot® is expected to last 9 to 18 months.
Yes. The procedure would need to be repeated after 9 to 18 months.
The P-Shot® has been performed thousands of times by qualified doctors. There have been no reports of serious complications. Using your own blood cells greatly reduces any risks of injection therapy.
This procedure is not covered by insurance.
Your consultation will be scheduled the day of the P-Shot, and will be included in the cost. If, after discussion with Dr. McWhorter, you, or Dr. McWhorter, decide the procedure is not right for you, the full amount will be refunded.