Bocox – Everything You Need To Know
Erectile dysfunction affects around 48% of men in the UK at some point in their lives. It is often viewed with embarrassment, and as a result, many men don’t seek the help they need. But you don’t need to suffer in silence, there’s nothing to be ashamed of – and the vast majority of erectile dysfunction cases can be resolved easily and discreetly with the right treatment.
The quality of your erection depends on the blood flow to your penis. When you are aroused, blood rushes into your penis, causing an erection. Problems occur when blood circulation to your penis slows down, making it hard to achieve and maintain a firm erection. If you’re experiencing erectile problems, the good news is that there are many non-invasive treatments that can help, including the P-Shot, P-Shot 100, and Bocox.
Bocox targets the root cause of your erectile dysfunction and is designed to improve blood flow to your penis, giving you stronger, more frequent erections.
What Is Bocox?
It’s a non-invasive treatment where 100 units of Botox is injected into the corpus cavernosum. The corpus cavernosum forms most of the penis and contains blood vessels essential for getting and keeping an erection.
The injection of Botox relaxes the muscle, allowing faster blood flow to the penis. This might sound uncomfortable, but the whole procedure is done under local anaesthetic, so little to no pain is experienced.
What Can Bocox Help With?
Although Botox is commonly associated with cosmetic procedures, it is an incredibly versatile medication that can be used successfully to restore the sexual virility of many men.
It can improve the following problems:
- Erectile dysfunction
- Weak erections
- Inability to maintain an erection
- Premature ejaculation
- Length & girth of the penis
- Orgasm quality
- Overall sexual function
Will Bocox Make My Penis Bigger?
Studies have shown that Bocox can improve the length and girth of your penis. However, this result is not the primary function of the treatment and does not happen for everyone.
That being said, a lot of men see an increase in the size of their flaccid penis after a Bocox treatment, as well as an overall reduction of a typical penis retraction associated with ‘shrinkage’.
Penises tend to look smaller when flaccid because the internal tissues of the penis retract back into the pelvic cavity. But this is even more noticeable for men with “hyperactive retraction reflex.” Men suffering from this experience excessive shrinkage of their penis and sometimes even complete retraction.
Although Bocox is not targeted primarily at those wanting to increase the length and girth of their penis, plenty of men have opted for this revolutionary treatment to increase their penis size.
How Long Does Bocox Last?
Results will vary depending on the severity of your ED, but even men who haven’t experienced any improvement with medications like viagra report great success following this treatment.
Results can take a few days to start working, and after 6 weeks, you’ll experience the full effect.
Results should last up to 6 months, but maintenance injections are required for long-term results. You should be able to reduce the dose or time between treatments because the erectile tissue will regenerate and become more responsive over time.
Does Bocox Work?
Following your treatment, you should have firmer erections that last longer. This is because Botox has relaxed the arteries that feed the blood to your penis, allowing more blood to flow, and improving erection quality significantly.
A Bocox injection may enable you to enjoy better sex and create stronger relationships. It is proven to be a safe treatment, with a study at Cairo University finding that this treatment helped many men suffering from erectile dysfunction.
Is It Like The P-Shot?
Although the procedures are similar in that they are both injections for your penis, the P-Shot and Bocox are two very different treatment options.
The Botox used in a Bocox injection blocks chemical signals from the nerves, preventing them from contracting. When injected into targeted tissue, it blocks communication between nerve endings and muscles, relaxing the targeted muscles.
When Botox is targeted in the corpus cavernosum, it relaxes and smooths the muscles allowing much better blood flow to the penis. It’s this blood flow that is essential for a reliable erection.
Botox has been used successfully for many years to smooth wrinkles and fine lines. The inventor of Bocox has simply harnessed the same technique used successfully for cosmetic procedures to treat one of the most common ED issues; the inability to get and maintain an erection.
The P-Shot uses PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), which is made from your own blood, to stimulate tissue growth and helps to improve weak erections and treat certain conditions such as Peyronie’s Disease, Lichen Sclerosis, and Erectile Dysfunction.
Which treatment will be best depends on what result you want to achieve, and Dr Shirin at Elite Aesthetics can discuss with you the best option to suit your needs.
Is Bocox Right For Me?
The best way to find out if Bocox is the right solution for your ED is to book a consultation at our discreet clinic. Our doctors are highly qualified medical professionals who can advise and guide you to an ideal solution.
The Elite Aesthetic clinic is located 10 minutes from Gravesend Station, 10 minutes from Dartford Station and 20 minutes outside London.
During your consultation, you will speak to Dr Shirin, a specialist in intimate health problems with over 20 years of experience, including several years as a practising GP.