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How can I treat erectile dysfunction?

If having sexual intercourse has become harder than before, you could be experiencing erectile dysfunction. Men generally shy away from talking about erectile dysfunction, but it’s a real problem that is generally due to an underlying health concern. So don’t be afraid to ask your doctor how to treat erectile dysfunction.

What is erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem that affects men over the age of 40. It is characterized by the inability to achieve or maintain an erection during intercourse. ED is often caused by poor blood flow, brought on by clogged arteries in the penis.

How can you treat erectile dysfunction?
Medications such as Viagra and Cialis have traditionally been used to treat erectile dysfunction, but more recently, a new treatment approach has been developed using low intensity shockwave therapy.

Treating erectile dysfunction with GainsWave
GainsWave is a non-invasive treatment that uses high frequency acoustic wave technology, to treat ED caused by poor blood flow.

GainsWave improves blood flow to the penis by breaking up the micro-plaque in the vessels. It also stimulates the growth of new blood vessels. GainsWave has been successful in treating ED, because unlike other treatments, it addresses the underlying pathology of the condition (click here).

How GainsWave works?
The high frequency soundwaves break up the plaque in the blood vessels, and also generate new blood cells in the penis. The increased blood flow results in more sustainable erections. GainsWave also increases sensation in the penis, and this also enhances sexual performance. The effects of GainsWave last 2-3 years.

Are you interested in treatment for erectile dysfunction? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Westlake Village, CA area, Best Self Medical Arts is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.bestselfmedicalarts.com, or by calling (818)318-1200.

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