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Nonsurgical Impotence Solution. Break the ED Taboo

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Breaking the ED Taboo

A Nonsurgical Impotence Solution That Works!

Impotence or erectile dysfunction (ED) affects 30 million American men and their intimate partners. Yet, as common as the condition is, we rarely speak of it because the subject is somewhat of a taboo in our society.

Now is the perfect time to learn what it is, what are the risk factors, and how to treat this condition.

What is impotence or Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction means you cannot achieve and maintain an erection that is firm enough for sexual intercourse.

Now, it’s normal to experience occasional problems with your erections, and you probably have no reason to worry. However, if you find you have trouble getting or sustaining an erection in more than 50% of the time, then this could mean you have erectile dysfunction, and it’s time to speak to your doctor.

What Causes Impotence

When you become sexually aroused, the muscles in your penis relax, allowing blood flow to increase. The blood fills two chambers called corpora cavernosa that run along the length of the penis resulting in an erection.

Men with ED experience decreased blood flow to the penis, making it difficult to achieve and maintain a full erection.

There are many reasons why blood flow can decrease, including:

  • Age
  • Excess alcohol drinking
  • Use of illicit drugs
  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Side effects from medications
  • Scar tissue inside the penis
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Cardiovascular disease

Age and obesity are primary risk factors for ED.

Older men are typically more likely to experience erectile dysfunction than younger males, and

Obese men are up to 79 percent more likely to develop the condition than those with normal weight.

Treating Erectile Dysfunction

Effectively treating your erectile dysfunction involves targeting the underlying cause of the problem to help restore a healthy blood flow to your penis.

While prescription medication is an option, there are other ways to treat male impotence and provide additional benefits than prescription drugs.

If you are overweight, smoke, or are a heavy drinker, adopting healthier lifestyle choices will help improve your condition and lower your risk of developing it.

Penile Enhancement Shots

Penile enhancement shots are a revolutionary, effective non-surgical procedure to rejuvenate penile tissue naturally, resulting in significantly improved erections and sensitivity.

Penile enhancement shots are safe, natural, and require no downtime. They work by harvesting plasma enriched growth factors from your blood, so there is no risk of rejection.

A doctor injects the growth factors into the shaft and head of your penis. There is no pain involved as our doctor uses a local anesthetic before the injection. 

The injected growth factors begin to rejuvenate and repair any damaged tissue immediately, with full results appearing within 2-3 months and benefits lasting up to 18 months.

Thanks to the healing effect of the growth factors, the treatment helps increase blood flow to your penis, providing many benefits, such as:

  • Noticeably larger penis – we can customize the procedure to increase certain areas of your penis like the base or head
  • Enhanced penile strength
  • Straighter erections
  • Improved sexual desire
  • Increases blood flow to the penis for a healthier organ
  • Enhances the effects of ED prescription medications such as Viagra and Cialis
  • Augmented sensibility and pleasure

Aside from ED, penile enhancement shots are an excellent treatment option for conditions like:

  • Performance loss due to an enlarged prostate, prostate cancer, drug side effects, and diabetes
  • Peyronie’s disease

Book an appointment with us If you are concerned about your sexual performance or have a diagnosis of erectile function and would like to know if penile enhancement shots are right for you.

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