Man’s quest for a bigger penis is more notable than noble, even as that quest has become increasingly commercialized, thanks to a capitalistic market that thrives on human insecurity. (I mean, who hasn’t received spam for penis pills?) Fortunately, most of us are smart enough to see through this bullshit and carry on with our perfectly average-size side kick, which, according to research, is 5.6 inches.

A New York-based surgeon by the name of Dr. Norman Rowe, however, just introduced a new procedure that promises to safely add an inch and a half of circumference to your main vein. That’s right, my dudes: more girth!. Comically coined the “bulge-booster,” this doesn’t require extensive surgery. In fact, Dr. Rowe says patients can be in and out on their lunch breaks. “There’s no recovery period,” he told The Daily Mail, insisting the entire procedure takes just 20 minutes. Though relatively quick, the doc does advise his patients to abstain from sex for two days so it doesn’t mess with the injection’s symmetry. “Erections are fine,” though. (Phew.)

Rowe’s procedure is inspired by modern innovations in facial fillers and sports medicine. “In the last 10 years, we have seen the rise of so many quick fix operations like Botox. I started to wonder, Why can’t I make it work for men?” Rowe told The Daily Mail. That thought led him to a method commonly used in sports medicine to boost and rejuvenate injured muscles by injecting PRP, or platelet-less blood (essentially a more concentrated form). The benefits of injecting PRP into muscles had already been documented in a procedure nicknamed the “vampire face lift,” which Kim Kardashian had done in 2013. In that procedure, the blood is injected into the face’s muscles to lift wrinkles. The same doctor behind the vampiric procedure swears by PRP so much that he also injects it into the clitoris to enhance women’s orgasms, which is known as an O-Shot.

Through trial and error, Dr. Rowe found that injecting PRP into the penis does in fact enlarge the sex organ. Compared to other procedures utilizing injections, Rowe purports his be far more patient-friendly. Take for example a popular procedure that involves injecting your penis with a “Play-Doh-like collagen” and a “blunt-tipped” needle. This procedure takes four hours for doctors to shape the collagen around your shaft and requires the patient to keep his penis wrapped for three weeks after the surgery, changing the wrapping every three to four days. Basically, your dick is wrapped with a synthetic filler like a hot dog in a bun. No thank you.

Disclaimer: We’ve yet to talk to any actual patients about their experiences with Rowe’s method, but I do have a feeling my editor may be interested in this procedure enough that perhaps yours truly could soon be giving it a shot—literally. Stay tuned.