No more penis pills: Robert H Cohen, M.D. reveals new ‘BoCox’ treatment

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Let’s face it we’ve all heard of Botox– that miracle worker that smoothes out wrinkles and keeps Hollywood stars looking “forever young.”

But did you know this powerful little neurotoxin has a new claim to fame? It’s now being used in the world of sexual health, revolutionizing penile treatments and enhancing the effects of procedures like the P-shot.

You might be wondering if you read that right. Botox for the penis? B, in the P? Yep, that’s right! Time to put the pills down.

Buckle up because we’re diving into an unexpected bone-anza, that has men all across the globe getting-it-up, after dropping their pants and getting a prick.

Botox Isn’t Just for Wrinkles Anymore

Remember when we used to associate Botox only with frozen faces and the endless mockery of late-night talk show hosts? Those days are long gone. Botox is now being used in surprising ways, and its latest application might just make you raise an eyebrow (if you haven’t had Botox, that is).

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As Dr. Robert H. Cohen, MD, a bonafide surgeon in the field of minimally-invasive cosmetic treatments, explains, “Botox is injected into the penis, targeting two different aspects: the blood vessels and the nervous system.”

But what exactly is this treatment? Medical Doctor and cosmetic surgeon Robert H.  Cohen is here to break it down:

It’s Called BoCox™

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Dr Cohen says BoCox™  is simple, but effective. “It can be completed in one session, providing results that can persist for up to six months.”

Remarkably, Cohen states that some patients have even reported an increase of up to one inch in both flaccid and erect size!

But how long does a BoCox treatment take, and is it painful? When will people see results? Dr. Cohen answers all these questions.

BoCox is swift and usually completed within an hour. Most patients experience only a slight discomfort throughout the treatment. Noticeable results are quick. Positive outcomes from the BoCox procedure typically become evident within two weeks.

Dr. Robert H. Cohen is among a group of surgeons certified by the Cellular Medicine Associationto train medical professionals in conducting the BoCox™ procedure.

The term “BoCox” was coined by Dr. Charles Runels, M.D., who also invented the P Shot and O Shot treatments for men and women, respectively.

Dr. Cohen lauds BoCox for a good reason, it gets results. Cohen describes the treatment as representing “a groundbreaking advancement in the field revolutionizing how we address erectile dysfunction (ED)”.

This radical and innovative treatment involves administering Botox injections to the penis shaft, effectively enhancing performance.

Dr Robert H Cohen continues, “Extensive research has shown that Botox can relax the muscles of the blood vessels allowing for increased blood flow and resulting in larger, firmer, and longer lasting erections.”

(For information on this subject, please refer to Dr. Robert H Cohen’s website on the BoCox section.)

Further Exploring The Nature of Botox

Botox works its magic in the penis in a similar way to how it works on the face: it relaxes muscles. But instead of smoothing out laugh lines, it’s “smoothing out” the blood vessels in the penis, allowing for better blood flow.

Dr. Cohen describes it as “relaxing the smooth muscle in the wall of the blood vessels.” This allows the blood vessels to dilate, increasing blood supply which, in turn, increases oxygen, nutrients, stem cells, and growth factors in the penis.

Additionally, Botox also targets the nervous system in the penis.

According to Dr. Cohen, the nerve bundles that go from the penis to the brain are also affected by Botox, leading to a decrease in the sympathetic response. This results in more blood vessels remaining dilated, allowing more blood to flow into the penis, improving erectile function.

Botox and the P-shot Have Medical Synergy

There’s another capital P in the world of penis treatments, the P-shot, or Priapus shot, is also making waves. The P-shot involves injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the penis to stimulate new blood vessel growth and improve erectile function. But when combined with Botox, the P-shot’s benefits are reportedly enhanced.

Dr. Cohen elaborates, “The P-shot stimulates new blood vessel growth. So we are increasing the blood vessel growth into the penis, which usually takes anywhere from 30 days to 45 days, and then the penis will get a new blood supply.”

Now, if you add Botox to the mix, you’re not only stimulating new blood vessels but also ensuring those blood vessels remain relaxed and open, further enhancing the blood flow to the penis. (Talk about a dynamic duo)

The Bottom Line

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Using Botox treatments on your penis may initially sound like a joke, but it’s actually a very effective and safe alternative to erection pills, or penile surgery. BoCox has the potential to improve blood flow and work alongside treatments like the ‘P shot’, making an impact on sexual health and improving erectile function.

Before considering Botox for any purpose, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional. Dr. Cohen’s observations suggest that Botox could be an unsung hero in the stiff pursuit of better sexual health and performance.

Who could have predicted that Botox would become a treatment option for penile concerns?

BoCox is one of the best alternatives to ED pills, pumps,  or penile surgery. It is a great option for men seeking an effective and safe remedy.

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