It is 8pm on a busy Tuesday and you see the dreaded “PRIAPISM” show up on the tracker…DO. NOT. FEAR! Long gone are the wasted minutes spent on quick internet refreshers, prolonged patient encounters, and repeated calls to the urologist snoozing at home. The key to a fast and successful priapism reduction is KEEP IT SIMPLE. Attendees will walk away with an effortless 6 stage method: three stages of preparation and three procedural steps to keep the dong down once and for all. This method will guarantee you the least trauma, the most success, and the fewest repeat visits to that room. I will start this presentation with a brief overview of ischemic and nonischemic priapism and their causes. I will address the concerns of priapism duration and long term damage in ischemic priapism. I will then explain in a step-wise fashion the three preparation steps 1. Assemble materials 2. Prepare materials 3. Contact Urology, followed by three procedural steps 1. Analgesia 2. Needle insertion/VBG drawing 3. Phenylephrine administration. In the process I will provide a concise materials list, dispel common myths about aspiration versus chemical reduction, and provide tips for easy analgesia. I will conclude the presentation with suggested discharge information and follow up instructions. This riveting presentation is geared to any and all emergency department practitioners that may find themselves having to independently treat a patient with a priapism - particularly those working in a community settings with no in house urologist. The audience will be blown away by the simplicity of priapism reduction and no longer will it be a feared emergency department procedure that occupies precious time on a busy shift.