Erectile Dysfunction Exercises Worth Trying

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on May 24, 2016 8:30:17 AM

 

Exercise can often help improve many conditions, but are there erectile dysfunction exercises out there that work?  In short, yes, there is one erectile dysfunction exercise that is backed up by successful study data: 40% of participants attained normal erectile function and 34.5% had improved erectile function

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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction Treatment, erectile dysfunction exercises

RESTORE Procedure for ED may be right for you according to 4 Studies

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Mar 25, 2016 8:43:03 AM

 

When the cause of ED is vascular in nature, pills that are usually effective in treating ED become minimally effective. As many as 50% of men suffering from ED do not respond to oral dysfunction medications. Any factor that increase the likelihood of developing plaques (atherosclerosis) in the blood vessels can reduce blood flow to the penis. Balloon angioplasty has shown great success in reopening those blocked arteries to provide adequate blood flow to the penis which is crucial for an erection. The RESTORE procedure for erectile dysfunction can identify and reopen the blocked arteries in as little as an hour through just one small opening made in the wrist. 

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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

Is a Penis Ultrasound Effective?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Feb 21, 2016 10:03:33 AM

 

A penis ultrasound (or penile ultrasound) uses the change in wave frequency to register blood flow, signs of vascular disease, and any scarring at the base of the penis.  Abnormal blood flow into, or out of the penis is one cause of erectile dysfunction.  Although there are some limitations (described below) it can be a great diagnostic for patients suffering from ED.  By measuring the blood velocities, it helps identify if:

  • Blood Velocity Into Penis - If you have sufficient blood velocities going into the penis this can indicate healthy blood flow and rule out some physical causes of ED. If the velocities are low, it may indicate that there are blockages in the penile arteries that are preventing adequate blood flow. The only way to know for sure that it is blockages, and where they are located, is to do a angiogram to locate them.
  • Blood Velocity Out of Penis - If you have an excessively high velocity of blood flowing out of the penis, this may indicate a venous leakage. If this is the case, a penile pump or a penile ring may be an effective treatment option for you as it constricts the blood vessels causing blood to stay in the penis.  
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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction, Erectile Dysfunction Treatment, Penile Ultrasound

Should I try the Priapus Shot ®?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Feb 18, 2016 2:47:55 PM

 

Are you looking for an erectile dysfunction treatment or a penile enhancement?  

If you are looking for a single erectile dysfunction treatment, there is a lack of evidence (studies on humans) that the Priapus Shot ® cures ED by itself. However, it has been shown to increase  penile size and may be used effectively in combination with other therapy to get better erection results.  PRP is regularly used in medicine to treat injuries and the same healing properties could improve penile function. Also, nerve vascularization using vascular growth factors has recently been demonstrated to be feasible in animal models.  Our Clinic offers PRP penile treatment in conjunction with other therapies to provide our patients with multiple options for the best results. 

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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction, Erectile Dysfunction Treatment, Priapus Shot, P-Shot

Looking for an Effective Viagra Alternative? - 4 Step Guide

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Feb 18, 2016 9:41:03 AM

Looking for an effective ® Viagra alternative?  You are not alone: Up to 50% of men don't respond sufficiently to oral erectile dysfunction medication to have satisfactory sex.  Other options do exist, but they don't have the same advertising budget as big pharmaceutical companies to expose you to them.  Try following these steps to find a Viagra alternative that may work for you:

Step 1:  Have you had your Testosterone Level checked?  The next time you have blood work done, think about asking your doctor to have your testosterone level checked.  It's low cost and is likely covered by your insurance. If you have low testosterone levels (often called "Low-T") it could be the cause of your erectile dysfunction. Hormone replacement therapy may provide you with the needed solution to get and sustain an erection.  

 

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Topics: Viagra, Erectile Dysfunction Surgery, Erectile Dysfunction, Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

How Does the Priapus Shot ® Work?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Feb 13, 2016 8:25:56 AM

The Priapus Shot ® can treat erectile dysfunction and also increases penis size according to the Official P-Shot  Website. These injections are mainly used to treat neurologic causes of erectile dysfunction. These claimed benefits are accomplished by using autologous platelet rich plasma (PRP).  In simpler terms, your own blood can be used to derive this platelet rich plasma, which is done by separating other components present in your blood such as red and white blood cells, in a centrifuge, until you are left with is plasma rich in platelets.  These PRP are responsible for clotting and also happen to be rich in growth factors that can stimulate stem cells already present in your organs. The activated stems cells have the capability of turning into many different cells such as bone, cartilage, muscle, nerves, blood vessels, or brain cells. 

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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction, Erectile Dysfunction Treatment, Priapus Shot, P-Shot

Is the Priapus Shot ® Effectve?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Feb 10, 2016 10:17:45 AM

The Priapus Shot ® which is also known as the P-shot ™, claims to treat erectile dysfunction and increases penis size by injecting a patients own autologous platelet rich plasma (PRP) into their penis. It has been shown that injecting activated PRP into the penis can lead to increased nitric oxide by regenerating cavernous nerve. If these animal studies could be extrapolated to humans, it could mean that men who struggle with sexual dysfunction from nerve damage as a result of an enlarged prostate, prostate cancer, surgery, drug side effects or diabetes maybe able to experience nerve regeneration following treatment with the Priapus Shot ® or PRP therapies.

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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction, Erectile Dysfunction Treatment, Priapus Shot, P-Shot

What is the Priapus Shot ®?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Feb 10, 2016 8:36:47 AM

Priapus Shot ® is also known as the P-Shot ™ or M-Shot ™.  The Priapus Shot ® makes two large claims (1) to treat erectile dysfunction and (2) to increases penis size.  The official website of the Priapus Shot ® claims that these are accomplished by using autologous platelet rich plasma (PRP).  The PRP is created by separating the red and white blood cells in the patients blood from the platelet rich plasma in a centrifuge.  The platelets are then tricked into thinking that the body has been injured by inserting calcium chloride solution, causing them to release growth factors. The PRP is then injected using a syringe into the base of the patient's penis - This injection is the Priapus Shot ®.  

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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction, Erectile Dysfunction Treatment, Priapus Shot, P-Shot

How are Atherosclerosis and Erectile Dysfunction Related?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Jan 31, 2016 8:29:38 AM

Atherosclerosis and erectile dysfunction are linked as ED is commonly caused by atherosclerosis.  Atherosclerosis is a disease of the arteries characterized by the deposition of plaques of fatty material on their inner walls.  Atherosclerosis limits the amount of blood flow throughout the body because the blood vessels are not able to dilate properly. Limited blood flow can lead to heart attacks, strokes, pain in the legs and even erectile dysfunction. In fact, erectile dysfunction can be an early sign of an impending heart attack which can follow within 3 to 5 years after ED develops. Atherosclerosis and erectile dysfunction are also related as they both share the same pathology of blood vessels wall (endothelial) dysfunction and the risk factors are same (high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol, and diabetes)

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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction, Causes of Erectile Dysfunction, Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

What are the Cures for Erectile Dysfunction?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Jan 30, 2016 12:38:34 PM

"Cure" has two definitions from the Webster's online dictionary: 

  • "something (such as a drug or medical treatment) that stops a disease and makes someone healthy again"

  • "something that ends a problem or improves a bad situation"

    • There are treatment options available that certainly can improve your erectile dysfunction situation on a short term basis cure (hours or the duration of the medication effects), however only a few are able to end the problem and may be your cure for erectile dysfunction in the mid to long term (months to years).
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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction, cure, Erectile Dysfunction Treatment, Alternatives to viagra

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