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Priapus Shot Received

It may be in the media they asked her on to the doctors show, they are amazed but it only happened 7 weeks ago give it a chance!

Where is the info that it works on human penises? You said you know the science, show us your science please.

Originally Posted by inuic

It may be in the media they asked her on to the doctors show, they are amazed but it only happened 7 weeks ago give it a chance!

7 weeks ago? So the same day you gained 1/4” in both direction your wife’ clitoris has regrown? Two miracles the same day? Did the clitoris grow overnight like your penis?

Actually her clit did grow overnight! My penis did not her effects are far more pronounced and amazing then my own. Yes the priapus shot works but its nothing compared to how well and fast the Oshot works.

Oshot is not about growing a new clitoris. According to Samuel Woods himself. This is really turning hilarious.

He was very surprised himself indeed, he said What! And called over the other doctor. She did not really grow a new clit where there was none she had one it was just not visible and the shot made it come out and be visible overnight.

Sure. LMAO.

This is his wife

I may be on a show very soon.. Everything the Oshot said would happen did for me. I am smaller in diameter in the vaginal opening, softer skin, I used to not enjoy oral sex due to my clitoris not showing. When the doctor gave me my shot he said to the doctors in the room she doesn’t have a visible clitoris so put the shot in the hood and they did. A few hours later it magically appeared. Sex was more enjoyable. I was large in diameter before I had the shot the result after is I can feel my husband Strong inside not like before so I’m sory if you don’t belive it but its true. There were two woman doctors who had it done and they said they can’t believe the difference.. I realy think this could help men as well as woman If she is tighter you feel larger. And she gets the benefit of faster better orgasms. And if your penis is long it can hit the uterus and in some woman like me it kinda hurts its called dyspernia. I have no more pain during sex and enjoy it very much.

Inuit, thanks for the information. Skeptics have a purpose, but your personal experience has its merit also. I would be interested to hear about your additional experiences, including any improvement noticed in your erection quality. Thanks for taking the time to keep us in formed. And to the skeptics, keep being skeptical, but with respect. Thanks all.

Originally Posted by inuic

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…… I know whats out there….

Marinera has posted valid articles. I’ve said I would be interested to read any genuine peer reviewed research. You say there is far more positive than negative evidence, and that you know what is out there. Please could you post some of it. I am genuinely interested, but my searches so far have not found any research I would consider reliable and positive; if you know what is out there, please could you post or link to it. Thanks.

Another thing that shed some light, IMHO: Runels is the same guy who has sold the PRT as a magical tool to become younger. He called that the ‘Vampire facelift’ and it is pretty much the same thing sold to make your penis bigger. Here you are an indepent opinion:

Skin Deep
‘Vampire Face-Lifts’: Smooth at First Bite

Published: March 2, 2011

N this anti-aging age, perhaps it’s unsurprising that vampires — ancient, but with forever-young skin — are a cultural obsession. Now a cosmetic treatment to fill in wrinkles or to plump up hollow cheeks is being marketed as a “vampire filler” or a “vampire face-lift.”

In fact, it’s not surgery, but an in-office procedure that entails having blood drawn from your arm, then spun in a centrifuge to separate out the platelets. They are then injected into your face, with the hope of stimulating new collagen production. Selphyl, as the system is called, arrived on the booming facial-rejuvenation market in 2009, and is now used by roughly 300 doctors nationwide in the name of beauty, said Sanjay Batra, the chief executive of Aesthetic Factors, which manufactures the Selphyl system.

Dr. Phil Haeck, the president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, is troubled by the lack of research proving the efficacy of Selphyl, which costs $900 to $1,500 for a procedure that takes less than a half-hour. “There are no scientific studies, only personal attestations,” he said, adding that he thinks the “creepy” concept is as antiquated as bloodletting to cure disease. “This is another gimmick that people are using to make themselves stand out on the Internet in a real dog-eat-dog part of medicine.”

What’s more, doctors and consumers aren’t clear on where Selphyl stands with the F.D.A. In a YouTube video featuring Dr. John Argerson, a board-certified family medicine doctor who works out of Refine MediSpa in Johnson City, Tenn., tells consumers that Selphyl is a “newly F.D.A.-approved filler” for nose-to-lip folds. And in a December 2009 article in Dermatology Times, a trade publication, Dr. Ranella Hirsch, a board-certified dermatologist, said Selphyl is “a new F.D.A. approved dermal filler.” This week, Dr. Hirsch, who doesn’t use Selphyl in her practice, said that she couldn’t explain why she misspoke, adding in an e-mail that “the lack of clarity between F.D.A. approval versus F.D.A. clearance to market is a key point.”

Indeed. The F.D.A. has not approved or cleared P.R.F.M. derived in a Selphyl centrifuge to be marketed for facial rejuvenation. In 2002, the agency cleared a blood-collection system called Fibrinet, whose platelet-rich byproducts orthopedic doctors then used to speed tissue repair. In 2009, this same machine was born again as Selphyl, and since then, the company promoted it as a way to “reverse the natural aging process.” This week, Shelly Burgess, an F.D.A. spokeswoman, said that Selphyl’s maker would have to file an amendment to get clearance to market its blood collection system in a new way, and no such amendment could be found at this writing.

But Dr. Charles Runels, a cosmetic doctor in Fairhope, Ala., liked the term so much he trademarked it. Dr. Runels, who used to be a board-certified internist, said this was to standardize the offering so patients know what to expect. His vampire face-lift entails first volumizing the face with Juvéderm, a hyaluronic acid filler that lasts up to a year, then “using Selphyl to polish off under the eyes, and thinner-skin areas,” he said.

Now any doctors who want to promote the vampire face-lift must pay Dr. Runels $47 a month to follow his protocol, posted online. (So far, 10 have signed up.) Asked what he intends to do about all the doctors already using vampire face-lifts, he said, “I don’t know how I’m going to rein it back in but I will.” Maybe Dracula could help. “

So here you are. Nothing is going to grow, this is exactly like injecting alloderm or silicone etc. etc.. Transient results, high prices, risk of complications or weird appearance. The sole differenct could be a lower chances of complications, but this would need some controlled study to be certain.

And I’m pretty sure there isn’t a way it can add 1” of length as Runels says on his website - at least if you don’t want a very weird glans.

Last edited by marinera : 03-24-2012 at .

Wow. I can’t believe this thread has gone on this long. I giggled alittle at the opening post before moving on to something…more real.

I would like to grow a second penis. Is this possible?

Originally Posted by A Member

I would like to grow a second penis. Is this possible?

Only if you are a snake.


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