There are "medications" for ED sold in sex shops, gas stations and convenience stores. They "treat" ED by raising your blood pressure in an attempt to increase blood flow. They are unregulated and can cause significant side effects.
Traditional ED medications like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra have their place in the treatment of erectile dysfunction. However these medications quickly lose their effectiveness requiring the patient keep increasing the dosage until they no longer work. Name brand versions of these medications are extremely expensive. Cheap generics, often made in China, India or Mexico and sold on many websites, are usually only partial strength and filled with potentially dangerous fillers. Side effects can include vision changes, significant nasal congestions, headaches, heartburn and chest pain.
We have an extensive list of custom medication combinations and peptides that are very effective in not only treating ED but increasing the pleasure of sex. These medications are also very effective in increasing the responsiveness and pleasure for the female as well.
There are gel form medications that are painlessly placed in the penile urethra and treat ED by increasing the blood flow. They don't work for everyone and are very expensive. They must be kept refrigerated until needed.
Medications that are injected into the corpus cavernosum of the penis can be quite effective. Drawbacks include pain, bleeding, loss of spontaneity, the need to carry medication and syringes, possible extended erections that may require treatment in the hospital.
Once thought to have promise in the treatment of ED, it has fallen out of favor due to poor results. Blood is drawn from a vein and treated in the office and the plasma portion of the blood is injected into the penis. For those few lucky men that get results, it takes 2-3 months to see any results and the results don't last long.
Either a metal rod or a set of "balloons" are inserted into the body of the penis and these implants support the penis, stiffening it for penetration. Implants are plagues with frequent post-op infections and are very expensive around $30,000.
Low-intensity shockwave therapy (LiSWT) is the medical term for shockwave treatment. It is a non-invasive therapy that has been used in the orthopedic industry to help repair fractured bones, damaged ligaments, and broken tendons. ED shockwave therapy has also been used to increase the healing of wounds. LiSWT can stimulate tissue regeneration and cell development using targeted high-energy sound waves.
Erections depend on the penile tissue to provide a healthy blood supply. Shockwave treatment is positively regarded as a means for penis blood vessels to be healed and reinforce increased blood supply. ED shockwave therapy works by using a wand-like device and placing it on the penis. By moving the device along the penis, it transfers small pulses to stimulate blood circulation. The treatments are effective and completely non-invasive and painless. In order for the therapy to be effective, treatment should last for about 15 minutes.