Scientists create drug-free alternative to Viagra – but there’s a snag

Any guys out there seeking a little assistance, drug-free, can now do so but it may hurt a little.

Viagra is a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction.Image Viagra

Viagra has changed the lives of so many guys out there, who may have previously faced, ahem, problems in the bedroom but have now been given the “confidence” to go out and do their business to the best of their abilities.

There are a select few, however, who are unable to benefit from the elevating effects of the drug.

In the past, issues like diabetes, poor circulation, prostate cancer and problems involving side effects caused by other medicines have prevented some unfortunate men out there from using these magic blue pills.

That’s all changed with the arrival of the Priapus Shot, or P-shot as the kids call it, which offers men suffering from erectile dysfunction a drug-free solution.

Harnessing a technology uses in the healing of athletic injuries, the device works by firstly drawing blood from the patient, using a special centrifuge the P-shot then separates platelet-rich plasma from the rest of the blood.  

Here’s the snag: this platelet-rich blood must then be injected back into, you’ve guessed it, the penis in the areas that are, according to the makers, “responsible for sexual responsiveness.”

It all takes around half an hour to complete and while potentially a little painful (there is some anaesthetic involved) the product does claim to increase length and girth by 10 to 20 per cent while also boosting nerve sensitivity.

Sounds too good to be true? Well, just remember that, before you reap all those benefits, you are going to need to inject that thing into your member.

This Viagra alternative is the latest penis-related innovation to arrive in the public eye, following on from the recent unveiling of the world’s first smart urinal, which claims to be able to wash and dry your junk when you have finished peeing.

The wonders of science.

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Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.