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Is PRP a surgical procedure?


When it comes to penis enlargement, there are many fake news stories out there that talk about the side effects. At Moorgate, all of our procedures are as safe and only carried out by GMC specialist registered Urologists. In addition to our VolumeX, VolXtra and PerfectX hyaluronic acid penis fillers, we now offer PRP treatment.


Is Platelet-rich plasma treatment surgical?

PRP requires zero surgery as it is performed using injections. Platelet-rich plasma requires a sample of your own blood that’s transferred into a centrifuge in order to separate the platelets from the plasma. When used to treat sexual problems, such as erectile dysfunction, the platelets are injected into your penis. You will have the treatment performed by a Urology Doctor who will take a sample of your own blood, in the same way, a GP would taking samples during a blood test. The blood is then transferred in tubes attached to a centrifuge, which will then spin the blood for a couple of minutes at a fast rate. This helps the platelets and plasma separate from each other. The Urologist will then inject the platelets into your penis, which in some cases, can increase the size of your penis.


Can I have PRP with other treatments?

PRP can be combined with other treatments that we offer at our clinics. On the same day, you can choose to have PRP alongside one of our hyaluronic acid penis enlargement injections. The PRP process alone takes only thirty minutes but if you decide to opt for the additional HA combination, it will take slightly longer.


Where can I have PRP treatment?

At Moorgate Andrology, we have clinics based in Doncaster, Preston and London. Why not give us a call on 0330 808 1968 to book a consultation with one of our Urologists and see which location is best for you. 

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