New shot for men and women

Today I want to tell you about a quick, painless procedure that will put the spontaneity back into your sex life. And you don’t have to take a pill and then wait 30 minutes or more… I’m talking about platelet-rich plasma, or PRP for short. I’ve used PRP in my patients to heal sports injuries, aching joints and surgical wounds. It’s better than a facelift to smooth fine lines and wrinkles. But PRP also works if you’re having trouble in the bedroom. More than a third of men suffer from sexual dysfunction. And 40% of women do too. I’m talking about everything from erectile dysfunction and vaginal dryness to pain and low libido. Even if you ask your doctor about sex, they don’t want to delve into the subject. Men get a quick checkup and a script for Viagra or Cialis. Women get an antidepressant or maybe Big Pharma’s “female Viagra”— or both. But those drugs have nasty side effects. They can even spike your risk for heart attack and stroke. PRP is a simple treatment. It starts with a small amount of blood drawn from your arm. The blood is run through a centrifuge to separate out plasma with a high concentration of platelets. This platelet-rich plasma is also rich in powerful proteins called growth factors. When PRP is injected into an injured area, growth factors promote healing. They regenerate injured tissue. But these growth factors also get to the root cause of many forms of sexual problems — reduc...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Anti-Aging Men's Health Women's Health Source Type: news

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