BAPC Premature Ejaculation

What is Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is an uncontrolled ejaculation which happens shortly after sexual penetration. It may lead to an unsatisfactory sex for both partners. Most common form of a male dysfunction. Studies have determined that premature ejaculation involves a complex interaction of psychological and biological factors.



Emission is an important process in ejaculation, which involves production and release of semen from the reproductive glands and the contraction of your reproductive ducts, which propel the sperm to the urethra.



Serotonin is a neurotransmitter which plays a major role in the facilitation of communication between the mechanisms of reproductive organs and brain. Ejaculation is finally brought about by the serotonin response from the brain.

Causal Factors

Causal Factors

The causes are mostly psychological, apart from derailing factors induced by history of medicines and treatments. Anxiety, depression and guilt are some of the most common causes.

Why BAP C For Premature Ejaculation?

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Grass-root level administration

The growth factors secreted by the activated platelets, enhances the emission process. Emission is the mechanism of depositing semen from the seminal vesicles and prostrate gland, into the posterior urethra. BAP C delays this mechanism by regulating the serotonin signalling in the brain to control or delay the ejaculation process.

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Extremely Safe

BAP C is a path-breaking regenerative medicine, which is extremely safe since it is drawn from the patient's own blood. The growth potion is prepared from concentrated platelets derived from fresh peripheral blood that is collected from a peripheral vein. These growth factors trigger the appropriate ovarian centres to promote the regeneration of eggs in the ovaries. Also, BAP C has no side effects, since the process only stimulates the natural repair mechanisms of the human body.

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Seamless Integration With IVF

BAP C protocol seamlessly fits in your IVF procedure and ensures no glitch in your schedule. BAP C is ready to use with zero downtime to doctors. Focus on providing stellar care to your patients and leave the rest to BAP C.

Why BAPC for Premature Ejaculation

How BAP C Works

Peripheral Blood Aspiration

The entire BAP C protocol is autologous and starts with phlebotomist extracting fresh peripheral blood. BAP C is prepared from fresh peripheral blood which is aspirated from a peripheral vein, stored in anticoagulant and processed to increase platelets by separating various components in blood.

Growth Factors Activation

The growth concentrate is stored in an anticoagulant and processed to separate various components of blood. The derived platelet fraction is concentrated further, which triggers their activation. The activated platelets turn the cytokines and growth factors into bioactive elements that start acting up in just 10 minutes following transfusion. These growth factors treat infertility very efficiently, thanks to their inventory of regulating cell migration, attachment, proliferation and differentiation, and promoting extracellular matrix accumulation.

BAP C Transfusion

The activated BAP C will be infused into each ovary using a transvaginal ultrasound technique. Once transfused into the ovaries,BAP C starts regulating the hormones to improve the reception of ovarian sites. In the next stage, the intrinsic growth factors are activated by our wonder potion. The stimulated stem cells are proven to develop and transform into eggs. The role of stem cells in ovarian regeneration has also been attested by Harvard researchers, and our benchmark BAP C C potion does exactly that, by activating stem cells with Platelet Derived Growth Factors (PGDF).

Success Stories

  • Patient with 2 MM thickness, reported a growth of 6.9 MM within 48 hours and implantation carried out leading to succesful conception.

  • 42 year old with repeated IVF failures treated for Endometrial thickness. Results seen in 72 hours.

  • Miscarriage patient with pronounced anaemic condition treated for Endometrial paucity reported success in 36 hours.