If You’re One of Them, VascuWave™ is Your Best Solution.
It shouldn’t be hard to talk about, but it is. Male sexual dysfunction can loom over the happiness in your life and ride on your mind every day, all the time. Whether it’s caused by ED, Peyronie’s Disease, Prostatitis, it leaves you feeling less than manly. Fortunately, there is something you can do that you haven’t yet tried before that actually works. But first, let’s look at why this is happening to you.
ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (ED)
Often referred to as impotence, ED is the inability to have or maintain an erection long enough for sexual intercourse or the inability to ejaculate, sometimes both. Causes of this can be physical or psychological. According to the Mayo Clinic in 2018, some of the physical causes include high cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes, obesity and clogged blood vessels. Diseases like Parkinson’s and Muscular-Dystrophy are other causes of ED. Psychological causes can include stress, depression, anxiety and relationship issues due to stress, poor communication or other concerns.
Peyronie’s Disease, which involves the development of scar tissue inside the penis that causes curved and painful erections can be a factor with male sexual dysfunction. Although penises vary in size and shape, a slight curve is no cause for concern. However, with Peyronie’s Disease, there is a very distinct and pronounced bend that often causes pain. The curvature in some cases can cause sexual intercourse to be impossible.
PROSTATITIS (PELVIC PAIN)
Prostatitis is when the prostate gland swells and becomes inflamed. It can cause very painful urination or make it extremely difficult to go. It also causes pain in the groin and pelvic areas including the genitals. Sometimes, it even produces flu-like symptoms.
MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION TREATMENT OPTIONS
Luckily, there are ways to treat male sexual dysfunction and get your life back and get back up again. Here are some of the common treatments and why we believe anyone with sexual dysfunction needs to consider trying VascuWave knowing that it comes with a 100% money-back guarantee.
Everyone has heard of Viagra (or similar prescription drugs). We’ve all heard the jokes associated with it. For many men, this prescription drug has been a blessing for treating sexual dysfunction. Taken orally, it works to help maintain and attain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. It has the ability to improve erectile response when you’re sexually stimulated, however it lacks the ability to provide sexual stimulation (Boolell et al., 1996). It also has side effects that can range from headaches and visual disturbances to making one more prone to heart attacks, changes in blood pressure, and stroke. If that sounds a bit intimidating, that’s because it is. Not only are the risks with prescriptions like Viagra high, but they’re also costly. Many men with male sexual dysfunction have been turning to more natural avenues to help them rise to the occasion.
A wide variety of supplements exists to help with this. L-Arginine is one of the most popular as it helps increase blood flow. Vitamin D and the interestingly-named Horny Goat Weed are others that you can take solo or in supplement formulations. The only problem with these though is that they’re not regulated or approved by the FDA, leaving you to wonder what’s really in them. We recommend men consider natural ingredient solutions developed by Medical Doctors for male health such as Erectile Stimulant, Prostate Health and Anti-Inflammatory supplements. Supplements can work well in association with Stem Cell therapy, “P”-Shots and VascuWave™ treatments.
Trimix is an injectable three-drug prescribed medication used to treat erectile dysfunction. Trimix injections are an effective treatment option for ED for most patients. The active ingredients in the mixture are usually alprostadil, papaverine, and phentolamine. These ingredients work by relaxing the smooth muscle and opening the blood vessels in your penis, causing an erection. The injection must be compounded by a pharmacy and administered via intracavernosal injection. For some patients, Trimix may not work or may stop working. Most common cause of Trimix not working is that it is not injected correctly. Most common error occurs when Trimix is injected into or just under the skin instead of corpus cavernosum. Proper education is crucial to success. This is not something you would want to attempt to do at home. There is also Trimix Gel for those who don’t want an injection.
The “P”-Shot (also known as the Priapus Shot) is a non-surgical procedure designed to deliver lasting improvements in sexual performance to men, especially those who have lost function due to an enlarged prostate, prostate cancer, the after-effects of surgery and other conditions such as diabetes. This procedure is quick with minimal pain and uses the growth factors a man has in his own body to naturally stimulate penis rejuvenation. There is no downtime, you may resume your normal daily activities and the results are almost immediate in some men. The shot should be administered by a medical professional. It can work well in association with Supplements, Stem Cell treatment and VascuWave™.
“STEM CELL” TREATMENT
Stem cell therapy for erectile dysfunction is one of the newer treatment options men can consider for impotence. Stem cell therapy involves injecting the patients’ own stem cells derived from abdominal fat cells – into the erectile tissue of the penis. Experts report that stem cell therapy appears to be effective for ED from various causes, including low testosterone, penile cell tissue damage, and diabetes, among others. Research studies of stem cell therapy for ED have shown that men experience an improvement in erectile function after receiving the injections. Stem Cell treatments work well in association with Supplements, “P”-Shots and VascuWave™.
Penis pumps, or vacuum erection devices, are external pumps that strap to your penis. It consists of a cylinder and a pump to create a vacuum effect that is used to help the penis stand erect. According to WebMD in 2018, it’s safe for use, particularly for those that have diabetes, poor blood flow to the genitals, have had surgery for prostate or colon cancer, or have psychological concerns. However, the problem with penis pumps is that they can reduce the force of ejaculation thanks to the constriction band. It’s not painful or dangerous, but small areas of bruising may also occur on the shaft. It can render it a purplish color, and even become cold or numb. Penis Pump users often use VascuWave™ to further enhance treatment.
One of the most unpleasant and invasive ways to correct male sexual dysfunction is by using penile implants. These require surgery where inflatable or bendable rods are inserted into your penis. This is an extreme measure that can lead to infection or complications such as damage to an artery or vein in your nether regions. Pain is very possible after surgery, even long after a proper time allowed for healing. This is irreversible surgery. Before considering a Penile Implant one should consider all other forms of treatment.
PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP)
Another approach that is similar to stem cell therapy for erectile dysfunction is called platelet rich plasma (PRP). Treatment involves the use of the patient’s own platelet rich plasma, which is injected into the penile area to help heal tissues, arteries and nerves. Men who try PRP can expect improved erections for up to 18 months or longer, after which another injection will be necessary.
HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE
HGH injections might increase libido since lowered levels of HGH can undermine sex drive. Research studies showed links between erectile dysfunction and the relationship between human growth hormone (HGH). Consult with your medical professional regarding HGH injections.
If you have a low testosterone, you might develop erectile dysfunction. Testosterone treatment has not been shown to improve erections in men with normal testosterone levels. Research studies showed that testosterone treatment did not improve erections in men who have low testosterone. However, we have found that many men who have ED also have low testosterone.
Along with the previously-mentioned treatments for male sexual dysfunction, others include medications that aren’t responsible for erections per se but could be helpful in restoring bodily functions from head to toe like Alprostadil, Tadalafil, Vardenafil and Avanafil. Psychological counselling and improved lifestyle choices such as quitting smoking. Increasing physical activity and losing weight can also be beneficial.