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Priapus Shot Received

Well then, speaking of facts, what are the names of these doctors? And how exactly do you know about these trials? Did you hear about them from the doc himself, like maybe right before you signed the consent form? Give us the facts please.

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Yeah yeah read that about the oshot blah blah blah.. Fact is it does do something, it does work it does make them tighter and creates a new spot called the ospot with NGF does it magic on the nerve that connects the clit to the gspot. Made a soft fleshy mound just under her urethra but still inside that is super sensitive. She can run and not pee on herself never been able to for years now she can. She had pain from me during intercourse and that is 100% gone and I can slam her now hard for extended time before no way. Her libido did go up, but recently gave us some IFG-1 LR3 mixed with IGF-1 DES and it messes us both up a bit.. But we are recovering, up till then we were going great. Still are but we had a small set back messing around trying to lose weight..

Oshot works skeptics are wrong again. Perhaps this is something that will work for some and not others. Dr Runels says only 70% of people get the benefit from the priapus shot so it does not work for all, but thats a given he says that to you. The oshot has had the most dramatic effect out of the two but both do work.

Originally Posted by inuic
……….. Multiple other doctors take him serious and pay him to teach them how and the basis and the evidence. If you really need the facts take his course as other doctors have….

Sounds more like multilevel marketing than med job.

‘If you really need the facts take his course as other doctors have.’ If he had facts he’d show facts. He has performed this thing on you, you said, you are a patient, right? Not a doctor. You paid him for that. What did you believe to, without pics, published works etc.?

He performed this procedure on you without taking b/a pics? This alone sounds like shit job, taking photos is routine in cosmetic surgery. Anyway I’ll wait for your the pics you promised.

No consent form, I went down to SD cause he was going to be in my state when I got there he was with many different Doctors training them all. He asked me if they could watch my procedure I didn’t care and let 6 doctors watch while he told them the facts. Thats how I found out. One doctor he trained calls it the MShot look that up and you will find one of his trainees, the rest of them I don’t know or even remember their names. I wasn’t there to meet them but they were there to learn of the Priapus and Oshots.. Based off my research this can be done safely multiple times which I intend to keep doing. So wish me luck nay sayers I’m going for it over time to see what I can make happen.

April 7th will be the first pics I take I am kicking myself but part of me did not believe it unitl I really saw it work. I never accepted PE was possible I thought it was all BS and a joke everything on this site I thought was a lie. Now that I have seen evidence to the contrary I am a believer and will pursue this more now. Iam no doctor but do hope to go to med school late in life. I will pursue this even then with science. I am not there yet but they are. He presents all the evidence to them I could hear him telling them and showing them stuff all about it and we were there a few hours. Anyway guys you may not believe or accept this but its going on anyways and people are going to do this and we will find out more in time. Just remember I was one that tried early and came here to tell my honest experience. I have told no lies so take that for what its worth or not.. Good luck doing it your way. I have pics but only after like 3 weeks out again I didn’t really believe only had hope based on the science I researched, then when I actually noticed it worked to any degree I was shocked the PE may be possible after all. Now I will consider jelqs, etc stretchers, clamps all that. I plan to combine as much stuff as I can. Anyway never posted like this on other sites, but will now cause I was made to believe and wanted to tell others.

LOL That would take a very long time there is a loads involved.. And its hard to be objective here I find.

Originally Posted by inuic
Not that much bigger, but ok.. Lets see if it stays that way, I’m on your tail.. LOL Here I cum.

I hope you’re successful in gaining what you want, with whichever method(s) you choose.

Starting measurements (August 2009): BPEL: 7.625in EG:6.25in BPFSL: 7.5in flaccid BP length:4in

Current measurements (Oct. 2012): BPEL: 8in EG: 6.625in BPFSL: 8.375 in flaccid BP length: 6in

Current goal: BPEL: 9in EG: 7in

Originally Posted by inuic
LOL That would take a very long time there is a loads involved.. And its hard to be objective here I find.

Yeah. A long time. See if this helps:
A Case Study In Aggressive Quackery Marketing
Published by Val Jones under Clinical Trials,Dentistry,Health Fraud,Surgical Procedures

Without any clear evidence of benefit beyond placebo, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is now being marketed aggressively as a cure-all for sports injuries. And at about $300 per injection (the NYT reports $2000/treatment), there’s plenty of money to be made.

Like the fake “stem cell” clinics in Russia (where, according to Sanjay Gupta’s recent book, Chasing Life, a person’s fat cells are harvested, washed, and re-injected into their blood stream), PRP also involves injection of autologous body fluids. Essentially, a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient, centrifuged, and the plasma supernatant is then injected directly into tendons and/or joints. After a series of 3 injections (one/month), most sports injuries are “cured.” Of course, most injuries would heal themselves in three months anyway.

As with the most successful forms of pseudoscience, there may be a grain of plausibility here. Knowing that human plasma does in fact contain growth factors that are implicated in wound healing – it’s not complete fantasy that injection of said factors may improve injuries in some way. So I decided to take a fresh look at Medline to see what sort of evidence there may be for the therapy. In my search I found:

1. One abstract discussing PRP’s use in degenerative knee arthritis. The study is not available for review in its entirety – but the abstract suggests that an improvement was noted at 6 months (in pain scores) with a significant worsening at month 12. No control group.

2. One small study that did not find a benefit to ACL healing in the presence of PRP.

3. Quite a number of studies related to the treatment of bone defects (mostly periodontal) with PRP. Most of those showed no improvement or a fleeting, temporary improvement with PRP.

January 26, 2011, 12:01 am
Phys Ed: Does Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy Really Work?


Tiger Woods, Chris Canty (a defensive tackle for the New York Giants) and the Phillies’ pitcher Cliff Lee have in the past year or so greatly boosted the popularity of a controversial therapy by employing it to combat a sore knee (Woods), hamstring (Canty) and abdomen (Lee). The treatment, platelet-rich plasma therapy, or P.R.P., involves centrifuging a person’s own blood until it contains a concentrated mix of plasma cells and growth factors and then injecting the resulting substance directly into the injured tissue. In theory, the distilled growth factors (a protein or substance that helps stimulate growth) should speed healing and improve the tissue’s health, which has happened in the lab. When scientists surgically created lesions in animal tendons and other tissues, P.R.P. therapy nudged the injured tissues to rapidly create new collagen and blood vessels.

But now, rather belatedly, science is showing up to spoil the fun. Several new studies have examined whether P.R.P. is effective outside the lab, and as Leon Creaney, a sports-medicine consultant in London and the author of one of the papers, said, “the evidence has not been favorable” for P.R.P.

Article Comments
Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections: Much Ado about Nothing?

March 27th, 2011 by Glenn Laffel, M.D., Ph.D. in Quackery Exposed, Research

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy became a hot topic among professional and recreational athletes after some studies suggested it could hasten wound healing and several high-profile athletes reported using it as they rehabbed from various injuries. But recently, the news hasn’t been quite so good..
….perhaps good old-fashioned physical therapy and RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation) is the best way to go.”…hing/2011.03.27

And about stem cells:
Turning stem cells into snake oil

It was “formulated by Top Scientists in France,” using “only the most exclusive BioMarine Technology, Sea Fennel, Swiss Apple, Grape Stem Cells, the World’s Most Exclusive Peptide, Antioxidants, Caviar and Black Pearl … helping kick-start your skin’s natural stem cells to halt that aging process!”

A lotion to kick-start my stem cells? A French lotion of caviar, pearls and grape stem cells – would they grow in bunches on my face? I snapped out of it: In a dozen years of reporting on stem-cell research, I’d never heard they could come in a jar.

But the pitch was only one of a growing number I’d seen recently, peddling the power of stem cells to make a younger me.

In science, “stem cell” has been the buzzword of the decade, and with good reason: The body’s master cells are a protean dream, immortal chameleons capable of sprouting into the various tissue types that make up a human.

Scientists speak of one day using them to conquer incurable diseases and grow new body parts when old ones wear out.

But researchers still have much to learn. Not least of which is how to keep the cells from growing out of control, into cancerous tumours.

Yet in the direct-to-consumer world of cosmetics and dubious cures, stem cells have already made the leap from lab to market.

From Beijing to Beverly Hills and Manila to Mississauga, private clinics, companies and high-priced spas are pushing stem-cell creams, supplements and procedures for every freckle under the sun.

Claiming to use patients’ own stem cells, these purveyors offer stem-cell facelifts as well as stem cells for baldness, eyelash extensions, buttocks augmentations, breast enhancements and penis enlargements (girth, not length).

In a Mississauga clinic, even aging, ailing pets are sold the possibility of youthful pep.

It “has become a global problem,” says Douglas Sipp, who monitors alleged stem-cell treatments at the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology in Japan. There’s no proof the treatments really use stem cells at all, he says, or that doing so would be safe or effective: “To the best of my knowledge none of these has a basis in scientific evidence.”

Wow Marinera, a lot of that information is kind of surprising.

Starting measurements (August 2009): BPEL: 7.625in EG:6.25in BPFSL: 7.5in flaccid BP length:4in

Current measurements (Oct. 2012): BPEL: 8in EG: 6.625in BPFSL: 8.375 in flaccid BP length: 6in

Current goal: BPEL: 9in EG: 7in


To argue something, better start from the obvious.

Bro just take it easy really.. You’re just making bomblast..

Your are finding the exceptions and to that I say so what.. The positive evidence far out weighs what little negative there is against it. If you will take the time to look in the other direction you will find far more evidence to the contrary. And so what if it does not help ALL it helps a great deal and does so well, take a look bro you will see. I know whats out there and I know you had to look specifically for this sort of crap so please waste some time in the other direction too and try not to be so biased to one direction. I have seen this negative evidence already and it does not sway me in the face of the surmounting positives for PRP ALL over the world not just in the US.

So once again my experience out weighs your findings, thanks for playing the price is right time for the next contestant.. I have done the Priapus so hence I know from DIRECT experience and am not theorizing based off some web article.

Also there is a reason it does not help all, did you happen to understand why and what the factors are or NO? You can predict who it will and will not help based off what?

Dude, here there is the rule that it doesn’t work, and the sole exception would be you that have no other evidence than your words where still you should try better convincing us that you are not spamming.

And FYI, if anyone was successfull growing a clitoris on a female who had lost her one, that would be in any sexual scientific paper and even in main stream media, so trying to sustain things without any back up with other things even more incredible isn’t going to work.

I’m still waiting that you explain how is it possible that Runels has grown human penises 1” in both direction’ (according to his website), supposedly in a span of time of 3 years, so succesfully that many doctors are learning from him when he hasn’t still provided even a single photo of these miracles.

So, in your pants I’d keep down the sarcasm.

There is info for and against which stacks up faster? Do a full data mine and see if the Internet has more for or against..

But fact is it won’t help all and there is a reason, so info that states well we have found PRP to not work, well of course and there is a reason it does not work on some..

But the nay sayers never point that reason out or bring it up, only that PRP has been shown not to work in x y or z case and they think that means something LOL!

Without understanding the common factor to the cases where PRP fails you won’t realize why the finding is meaningless will you. And since you have done all this excellent research and now know all about PRP I expect you know the reason, so please let everyone know unless you would like me to say.


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