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An Overview of Erectile Dysfunction

 

Till date there are several medicines discovered to effectively treat erectile dysfunction (ED) but none of them are as effective as Priapus shot. Earlier Platelet Rich Plasma PRP treatment has been used effectively and safely for several years in orthopaedic surgery, aesthetic medicines   and dentistry and now as sexual medicine. It is one of the most useful and natural treatments for rejuvenation throughout the body. The platelet-rich plasma is injected in the body to increase of the manhood. Its immense benefits in sexual medicine continue to grow. The ED medications affect blood flow and therefore, facilitate erection and improve sexual function in men.

 

What causes erectile dysfunction?

 

The sexual arousal in men is a complex process and involves hormones, brain, emotions, nerve, muscle and blood vessels. In most of the cases, erectile dysfunction is caused due to the following reasons:

 

Obesity, inflammation

Low testosterone

Metabolic syndrome such as conditions like high insulin level, blood pressure, high cholesterol, body fat around the waist

Parkinson’s diseases and multiple sclerosis diseases

Neurological disease, heart disease and high blood pressure

Emotional and psychological interference

Surgeries or injuries affecting the spinal cord and pelvic area

Alcoholism and other drug abuse

Anxiety, depression and other mental health condition

Peyronie’s diseases

Medications such as antihistamines, antidepressant or other medication to treat prostate cancer and blood pressure

Stress, fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.

 

Sometimes ED is also related to diabetes and is often caused by poor long-term blood sugar control. This condition damages nerves and blood vessels. ED is three times more common in patients with diabetes mellitus. It is highly associated with vascular and neural factors. An increased glucose level in the blood is responsible for the rise of this micro vascular change.  It is also strongly correlated with the diabetic complications, duration of the disease and with glucose control. However, the dysfunction further increases with the age, deteriorating metabolism, duration of the diabetes especially in patients with Type 2 diabetes. This affects the quality of life and as the majority of the patients are reluctant to come forward to get the symptoms checked by the physicians, they lose a great opportunity to correct ED.

 

How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed?

 

It has been said that unipotent stem cells lie dormant in the skin and also give building blocks for healing whenever you have to sustain a cut or burn. Until recently there was no way to stimulate those stem cells to grow further tissues. However, with the Priapus process, stem cell science is used to signal the body to grow new young penile tissues. Unipotent stem cells that grow only one specific tissue is found in every part of the body. Unipotent stem cells in the skin grow new skin. Therefore, this process is a medical breakthrough in the rejuvenation process. And rejuvenation of the penile tissue means increased blood flow which enhances the sensitivity, improve sexual performance and stamina.

 

The benefits of Priapus shot:

 

Increase blood circulation within the penis for a healthier organ

Increase the length and girth of the penis

Strengthen and firm the penis

Improves sensation and pleasure

Improves the effectiveness of other therapies

There is no record for allergic reaction

A natural alternative to surgery and prescription.

 

Before this procedure, the common tests may include:

 

  • Blood tests to check low testosterone, heart disease, hormone level and other health problems
  • Ultrasound to check blood flow in the penis. This test is sometimes done in combination with an injection of medicines  into the penis to determine if blood flow increases normally
  • Urine tests to check for signs of diabetes and other underlying health conditions.

 

About the author : Caitlin Parsley is full time marketing manager that spends the majority of her time researching and trying amazing new ways to stay beautiful, fit, and healthy.  On her free time she likes to workout, play with her two kids, and cook. If you would like to reach her, send an email to caitlin.parsley.spas@gmail.com

 

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