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Priapus Toxin

Living with erectile dysfunction can be an embarrassing issue for any man, no doubt a burden to manhood and dignity.

The impact of the condition doesn't only affect physical health but can result in serious damage to a man’s self-respect, dignity, and even relationships - it’s not easy being intimate when you don't feel like you can perform as expected.

It turns out that Botox could be the solution for men who are struggling with erectile dysfunction. A recent study showed how this injection improved blood flow to one's penis, thus allowing an increased ability in achieving very strong erections, and ultimately great sex!

What is erectile dysfunction?

Erectile Dysfunction, or Impotence, is more than just a minor inconvenience - it can be downright devastating for those suffering from it. According to estimates, one in five men experiences this condition, making it much more common than one would think. This male sexual dysfunction can really put a damper on intimacy between partners, and if left untreated, the repercussions can go deeper – reducing sexual satisfaction and sending ripples of destruction into their relationship.

What causes erectile dysfunction in ED?

These are some of the common causes of ED


As men age, they may experience a decline in testosterone levels, which can lead to erectile dysfunction. Testosterone is a hormone that plays a key role in sexual function. A decrease in testosterone levels can result in a decrease in libido, as well as other changes such as a loss of muscle mass and bone density.


Obesity is another common cause of erectile dysfunction. Obesity can lead to a variety of health problems, including diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. All of these conditions can contribute to erectile dysfunction.


Smoking is another major cause of erectile dysfunction. Smoking damages the blood vessels and prevents them from being able to properly transport blood. This can lead to problems with achieving and maintaining an erection.

Excessive alcohol consumption

Too much alcohol is another common cause of erectile dysfunction. Alcohol abuse can damage the nerves and blood vessels that are necessary for an erection. Additionally, it can lead to other health problems such as liver disease, which can also contribute to erectile dysfunction.


Stress is another common cause of erectile dysfunction. When a man is stressed, he may have difficulty focusing on sexual activity and may also experience anxiety or depression. His penile blood vessels close, and his blood is usually shifted from the penis to other areas of the body. These psychological factors can prevent him from becoming aroused or achieving an erection.


Certain medications can also cause erectile dysfunction, including those used to treat high blood pressure, depression, and anxiety. In some cases, many men do not take their medications because of these side effects.

Surgery or Injury

In some cases, surgery or an injury may damage the nerves or blood vessels that are necessary for an erection. This type of damage can often be the result of prostate cancer treatment, surgery, or radiation.

So, to summarize, the main cause of erectile dysfunction ED is the poor blood flowing throughout the penis, when needed of course.

That's why they came up with Viagra. It works on opening these blood vessels (down there), temporarily treating erectile dysfunction. You take the pill, you're good, you don't take the pill .... you know.

Why consider treatment?

As with any medical condition, it's important to seek treatment for erectile dysfunction as soon as possible. Living with erectile dysfunction can be a challenge, but there is hope. If you have been experiencing difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection firm enough to satisfy your partner, don't wait - seek medical treatment right away! Performance anxiety and relationship problems are both risks of leaving ED untreated. It's time to take back control over your sexual function.

What are the available options for ED treatment, and what the drawbacks are?

Prescription drugs as PDE5i's (Viagra, Cialis)

PDE5is can be pricey and dangerous, with potential side effects such as blindness or stroke. On top of that, the efficacy wears off over time - plus it doesn't work for everyone AND isn't suitable for all men! Unfortunately, these medications won't actually do anything to improve your penile health either; talk about a vicious circle!

VED or vacuum erection device

VEDs or penis pumps must be used before each encounter. They may require the use of a cock ring, which may be very uncomfortable for both partners during sex and may not give you a strong-enough erection. While some scientists think using them could help keep your penis healthy, it's certainly not very practical, especially for spontaneous passionate sex!


IU alprostadil can help many, but it's only a temporary fix. Even when used consistently, its effects tend to diminish over time - and unfortunately doesn't address the underlying health of your penile tissue either!

Penile injections

Intracavernosal injections (ICI) - like Trimix- may initially seem like an attractive option, yet this fleeting fix has plenty of drawbacks - with painful jabs required before every encounter and no guarantee that the treatment will last. The risk of priapism and 10% risk of scar tissue formation (Peyronie's disease) is also very real, making ICIs more hassle than they're worth!

Penile implant

A penile prosthesis is generally an effective option, but unfortunately, there's still a 1 in 10 rate of dissatisfaction. Men and urologists alike agree that this method should only be used as a last resort if other available treatments fail to bring results.

Despite the array of therapies available for ED, none can actually halt or reverse any underlying conditions causing it - instead, they all simply provide temporary boosts to make what's already there work harder.

So, what if there was a shot, that keeps my penile blood vessels open and ready to roll (when needed) for 6 months?

Don't let ED stand in the way of satisfying yourself and/or your partner - get a reboot on your sexual function so that lovemaking can be back up full steam! BoPriapus Toxincox™ could be your solution!

But before we talk about Priapus Toxin treatment, we should first know what Botox is, and how it works!

What is Botox?

Botox is a popular injectable treatment that works by relaxing the muscles of the face, to treat wrinkles. However, Botox has moved beyond just being a cosmetic treatment - it's the gift that keeps on giving! Studies now suggest this miracle injection can even help those looking to make their (ahem) performance more satisfactory. This is one case where wrinkle-free results are guaranteed.

So how does this work?

Botox is making its way around the body! This popular injectable facial treatment was already known to give us a better appearance and overall health boost, but it appears that this miracle worker can also help improve our bedroom performance. In a recent study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers discovered that Botox injections not only reduce wrinkles - they also send blood flow down south resulting in improved erectile dysfunction. Who knew Botox could do so much more than just make you look younger?

What is Priapus Toxin?

Priapus Toxin is a treatment where Botox is injected directly into the Corpora Cavernosa of the penis. Modified by Dr. Charles Runnels - The inventor of the P-Shot, it's becoming one of the biggest things in ED treatment.

How can Botox help with erectile dysfunction?

In a recent study, it was shown that Botox may be able to help improve penile blood flow and therefore help treat erectile dysfunction. This is because Botox works by relaxing the muscles of the blood vessels of the penis (that are shut closed). When these muscles relax, blood starts to flow easily in the penis giving you strong and hard erections. The same concept of Viagra and Cialis, however one shot you outstanding results for up to 6 months - as per studies.

Is Priapus Toxin an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction?

ED has been a long-standing problem that's put an unfortunate damper on many people’s sex lives. Fortunately, the latest research into penile botox proves it might provide some much-needed relief: Men with very severe ED were treated with Botox injections to the penis. (Now we are talking very severe ED in smokers, and diabetics, to whom Cialis and Viagra didn't even touch). 50% of those tested saw impressive improvements in their SHEM scores and sexual performance.

In other words, the penile injection of 100 units of BOTOX improved the ED remarkably in 50% of the patients for SIX months, and 50 units improved ED for 3 months. Those whom Viagra and Cialis did not help, have finally become satisfied with their sex lives.

What are the potential risks or side effects of using Botox for this purpose?

The prospect of a "Botox for erection" procedure may seem tempting, but the risks associated with it should not be overlooked. While Botox has been found to be a safe treatment for erectile dysfunction in some cases, there are still potential side effects that users should know about.

  • Temporary reduction in sensation at the injection site(s)
  • Bruising and local discomfort that lasted a few days
  • Risk of priapism (a prolonged erection can cause damage) - which is not uncommon for those taking Viagra and Cialis.
  • Varying results

Is Priapus Toxin covered by insurance?

Being a new off-label, yet effective treatment modality for ED, it is not covered by insurance.

How much does it cost?

Priapus Toxin is only done using BOTOX brand from Allergan, ensuring to minimize the risks and complications of any injectable, and still maintaining efficacy.

It also comes with Dr. Joel Kaplan's medical-grade VED, and 3 months' supply of 'Affirm' supplements (to spice up your sex life).

    There are 2 Treatments:
  • Priapus Toxin 50 (lasting about 3 months) - for $900
  • Priapus Toxin 100 (lasting about 6 months) - for $1800

Isn't this price too much?

Let's think of it this way, if your car transmission brakes, would you hesitate to pay $2000+ to fix it?

And this is for your car transmission! What if your self-confidence, dignity, and manhood were on the line?

Does it hurt?

At Better Life Clinics, we want to make sure your experience goes very smoothly with no discomfort. We use a high-quality numbing cream, and the shots are done using a very small needle.

How long does the procedure take from start to finish?

As soon as the paperwork is done (History, physical, and consent), numbing cream is applied for 20 minutes. The shot will take 5 minutes. And It's recommended to start using a Vacuum erection device immediately after (part of the package).

So, all in all, you will need to stay in the office for 1 hour (from start to finish)

Botox isn't just for Hollywood A-listers anymore! Priapus Toxin has been revealed to be a surprising, yet highly effective method of treating erectile dysfunction. Relaxing the muscles in penis vessels increases blood flow which leads to stronger stiffness - so go ahead and "flex" your newly found confidence with Priapus Toxin!

Don't get down in the dumps if you're having a hard time with erectile dysfunction - Priapus Toxin is here to help! So don't hesitate, to call Better Life Clinics and book an appointment with Dr. Ibrahim. With his expert advice, it could be just what you need for improved performance between the sheets!

Botox can also be combined with the P-Shot, creating the PShot-100 (for a great deal), giving you great performance, sensitivity, and marked improvement in your sex life.