Bocox: Inventor of the erection-boosting 'P shot' says he's got a new remedy ... trends now
Botox helps smoothen out wrinkles as the years wear on but it might also help iron out struggles in the bedroom as well.
A doctor has invented a new formulation he thinks will help men with impotence.
Trademarked as Bocox, the procedure will see men battling erectile dysfunction get the toxin injected straight into their penis.
This is thought to improve erections by relaxing muscles and blood vessels in the penis, allowing blood to flow through it.
Botox could help iron out struggles in the bedroom after doctors invented a new formulation help tackle erectile dysfunction. Trademarked as Bocox, the new procedure will see impotent men's penises injected with the toxin
Scientists say Botox might smooth out erectile difficulties in men.
Injecting impotent men straight into their penis relaxes the organ, allowing blood to rush into it.
Belgian urologists said the treatment showed 'clear benefit', although further studies are needed.
The jab only appeared to work for three months.
The research, published in the journal Urology, reviewed seven studies on Botox and erectile dysfunction.
The studies, involving 362 men, dated back to the 1990s and included human and animal data.
The review did not specify whether all the men even had erectile dysfunction or how severe their cases were.
It was devised by cosmetic dermatologist Dr Charles Runels, inventor of the 'P shot', which sees patients own blood spun and injected back into their member to improve their erections.
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