A. The protocol can be built a la carte* or purchased as an entire program.
- Entire program (lab testing included) $4950
- Additional shots after treatment $950*
- Priapus Shot $1900*
- O Shot $1900*
- H Shot (Pelvic injection) $1000*
- Hormone therapy $2850*
*a la carte does not include lab testing
A. The HOPE Protocol™ can be administered in as little as
A. Typically, both men and women can have sex 2-4 hours after having received the HOPE Protocol™. Results vary slightly from case to case.
A. Patient will see results after:
- 3 days: patient’s will get an idea of the long term effects.
- 3 weeks: patients will notice lasting results.
- 3 months: patients will reach their full potential.
A. To enhance the effects of he HOPE Protocol™, we recommend a regimen of Cialis™ to men aid in blood flow to the penis.
A. Because the HOPE Protocol™ uses the growth factors of your own blood and tissue, their are minimal risks associated with the program.
A. Some men have reported an enlarged penis after receiving the HOPE Protocol™.
A. The HOPE Protocol™ is virtually painless. We use effective numbing techniques during the procedure and most patients do not notice any pain to the extent that patients are usually able to have sex approximately 2-4 hours after the program.
A. The HOPE Protocol™ is cash only.
A. Because the HOPE Protocol™ only uses growth factors from your own body and does not use any drugs or medication the FDA does not need to test the PRP procedures. The treatment methods of the HOPE Protocol™ uses elements of the patient’s own blood, which is not under the jurisdiction of the FDA!
A. Yes. The creator of the HOPE Protocol™ is a Urologic Oncologist and developed the program specifically for men dealing with the Erectile dysfunction side effects associated with cancer. Seeing the potential for all men and women the HOPE Protocol™ was born.
A. HOPE Protocol™ treats the following:
- Erectile dysfunction (ED)
- Interstitial cystitis (IC)
- Vaginal dryness
- Pain during intercourse
- Female stress urinary incontinence
- Diminished sexual desire
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Pudendal Nerve Entrapment
- Peyronie’s disease
- Pain in the testicle