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Erectile dysfunction Treatment - The P-Shocks®

Men around the world suffer from the widespread medical condition known as erectile dysfunction (ED). Stress, anxieties, marital issues, substance abuse, vascular problems, neurological impairments, or underlying medical conditions such as diabetes are just some of the causes. Fortunately, many treatments for erectile dysfunction are available. The most typical forms of treatment are listed below:


An underlying condition such as poorly managed diabetes, certain medications like selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), low testosterone levels (hypogonadism), smoking, binge drinking, and/or obesity are often the main causes of erectile dysfunction. Therefore, before pursuing further treatment options for ED, addressing the root cause is essential. This may involve managing diabetes, changing medications, testosterone replacement therapy, or altering one's lifestyle by quitting smoking or gaining weight.

Psychosexual Counseling

Erectile dysfunction can be psychogenic in nature, meaning that psychological aspects such as one's thoughts, feelings, or interpersonal dynamics may be to blame. In such cases, psychosexual therapy is likely the best course of action. Men struggling with erectile dysfunction can still benefit from sex therapy or counseling even if their ED is not psychogenic, as it often influences their mental health.

PDE5 Blockers

PDE5 inhibitors are a class of medications that include oral treatments for erectile dysfunction such as sildenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), vardenafil (Levitra), and avanafil (Stendra). These medications may have modest side effects like headaches, nausea, and hot flashes but are generally helpful in treating erectile dysfunction. PDE5 medications also have a lower risk of priapism, which is an erection lasting more than four hours.

Vacuum Penile Pumps

A cylindrical device called a vacuum erection device is placed over the penis and sucks out all the air, allowing blood to enter the penis to produce an erection. A ring or band placed at the base of the penis can then be used to maintain this erection and keep blood flow to the organ. Although helpful, some men find the device uncomfortable.

Penile Injections

Intracavernosal injections are a treatment option for erectile dysfunction for some men. In this method, men are instructed on how to administer ED medication using a tiny needle and syringe directly into the penis to achieve an erection.

The P-Shock®

Erectile dysfunction and Peyronie's disease are both conditions that can be treated with The P-Shocks®, a revolutionary regenerative treatment procedure. Shockwave sessions, medications, dietary supplements, vacuum pump therapy, and platelet-rich plasma are all components of the P-Shocks® treatment protocol (PRP). The P-Shocks® treatment is tailored for each patient based on the severity of the patient's impotence or penile deformity. For more information, visit our website at

Penile Implant Surgery

Penile implant surgery is an option for chronic erectile dysfunction that does not improve with standard therapies. A prosthesis or penile implant is inserted into a man's penis during this procedure to provide him with the ability to achieve erections whenever desired. Penile implants are available in two varieties: inflatable implants and semi-rigid rod implants. An erection is produced by pumping fluid from a connected reservoir in an inflatable implant, as the name suggests. On the other hand, semi-rigid rods only need to be positioned outside the body to induce an erection.

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