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PRP with PMMA 4 years 2 months ago #1305571697

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Avanti Derma offers PRP Subcutaneous and PRP Intracorporal (Cavernosa & Spongiosum). To all the guys that have had PRP Sub or Intra or both with thier PMMA procedure. What do you think please share your thoughts.

Do you know how many CC\'s of PRP was injected subcutaneous. I\'m sure there is some benefit as reduced bruising and potentially faster healing.

To the guys that had PMMA procedures before with no PRP then opted for another procedure with PMMA and PRP. Do you think the added volume of PRP affected your results either negative or positive. Easier to massage? Did the filler migrate easier with added volume. ETC

My thoughts would be either that with the added volume of the PRP that massage might be easier or massage might be harder because of the increased liquid nature of the filler and PRP.

I\'m trying to decide if want to do PRP or no. Or potentially do PRP after treatment with low intensity shockwave therapy. I would think the benefit of PRP after low-intensity Shockwave therapy would be better rejuvenation due to the healing nature of the cells contained in PRP injection.

Any thoughts that you guys share would greatly be appreciated thank you...

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PRP with PMMA 4 years 2 months ago #1305572369

I had PRP for my first two procedures... and will do again for my 3rd. Why? Promotes healing... ideally I would use stem cells from fat and bone marrow rather than my blood (PRP)... but that is not offered at this time... research stem cells... and you will better understand PRP.. and be in better position to decide.

The doctor can explain why they offer it and as part of your discover process would recommend you ask the doctor the pros and cons.

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