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Try Not to Laugh at This NSFW Conversation Between the Married to Medicine Husbands

Andy Cohen had questions for the men at the Married to Medicine Season 9 reunion.

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Andy Cohen is no stranger to asking hard questions, but we’re not sure he was prepared for a particularly NSFW conversation with the Married to Medicine husbands. Fasten your seat belt.

During the Season 9 reunion, the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host read Curtis Berry a viewer’s question that referenced the O-Shots (orgasm shots) that his wife, Dr. Jackie Walters, administers to females, before asking if he’s ever let her give him a “‘P-Shot,” i.e., a Priapus Shot, the male version of the PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment.

“Yes, she did mention the P-Shots,” he replied, explaining that the injections make a man’s penis “lengthen, strengthen… thicken” and give endurance. “We’ve been talking about it, and I’m planning on it.”

According to Healthline, PRP treatments have been primarily used to treat sports injuries, in addition to aiding in recovery from surgery. When administered vaginally, the shots improve a woman’s ability to orgasm as well as the quality of those orgasms.

As for how it works in men, Dr. Contessa Metcalfe’s husband, Dr. Scott Metcalfe, was able to speak from personal experience, sharing that he gets PRP treatments. Though Andy assumed there was no way it was actually “a shot in your d--k,” Scott clarified that not only is that exactly where the injection is given but “multiple shots” are involved. If you’re wondering if that hurts, check out his explanation in the video above.

Not all the men were so open to the idea, though, including Dr. Simone Whitmore’s visibly uncomfortable husband, Cecil Whitmore, who asserted that he’s “not getting that s--t done,” while shaking his head.

Though Dr. Eugene Harris III said he wouldn’t wish those penile, uh, pricks on his “worst enemy,” his wife, Toya Bush-Harris, who was watching from backstage with the other ladies, was in disbelief. “We get sliced open to have a baby, and they’re complaining about six little shots in their pee-pee,” she noted. ”Jesus.”

Watch Married to Medicine on Bravo Sundays at 9/8c and the next day on Peacock. Catch up on the Bravo app.

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