Sex is more than a pleasant pastime— it reflects your personality and strengthens your self-esteem. If solid erections have become difficult to gain or maintain, stifling your sexual spontaneity, you’re likely experiencing erectile dysfunction symptoms.
Is there a specific erectile dysfunction age at which these symptoms begin?
As men near middle age, blood flow to the penis naturally slows down. This is the main reason men over 50 may find gaining and maintaining firm erections difficult. However, age alone doesn’t cause ED, and it isn’t always permanent. Depression, stress, performance anxiety, high blood pressure, heart conditions, diabetes, or high cholesterol can also reduce penile blood flow, as can genital injury.
Nearly all men experience temporary ED from time to time. Any of these factors can affect penal blood flow and reduce performance, but in many cases, men bounce back eventually. However, ongoing or distressing ED that doesn’t resolve requires medical attention from a sexual health specialist like Dr. Cabrera at Genesis Health Center.
After studying erectile dysfunction medicine for years, and helping hundreds of men revive their sexual power, Dr. Cabrera has determined that the best erectile dysfunction treatments are Genwave Therapy with P-shot. This powerful synergy goes far beyond archaic options like pumps and pills.
His team of skilled, compassionate sexual health specialists deliver this simple, virtually pain-free acoustic wave infusion followed by a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection – a combination celebrated around the world for its regenerative powers.
No need to stress and suffer any longer. Enjoy sex again. Delight your partner again. Schedule a discreet consultation at Genesis Health Institute by calling ☎ (954) 561-3175 or contact us here.
GenWave Therapy is somewhat like a “controlled explosion.” It delivers low-intensity acoustic waves to stimulate new blood vessel growth in the penis, increasing the size, vascularity, and duration of your erections.
These low-frequency acoustic waves travel through damaged penal plaque where they may:
The Priapus Shot (P-Shot) delivers blood-derived growth factors directly to your damaged penal tissue.
Your platelets contain up to ten times more proteins called growth factors than you have in the rest of your blood. These potent growth factors – vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), fibroblast growth factor (EGF), transforming growth factor-beta 1 (TGF-β1) hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), and insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) – promote soft tissue cell regeneration and new blood vessel creation. That translates into increased frequency, size, and strength of your erections.
Your GenWave session may take about 15 to 20 minutes. First, Dr. Cabrera will apply anesthetic cream to your penis to prevent any discomfort. Then he’ll administer a proprietary wave therapy device gently over your penis. You may experience shaking or intense vibration.
The P-shot portion of your session will take about an hour. Dr. Cabrera will draw about an ounce of your blood. This sample will then be spun in a centrifuge until the white and red blood cells separate from the platelets, producing a highly concentrated PRP serum.
Then, Dr. Cabrera will carefully and strategically inject this freshly spun serum into your corpus cavernosum, the area of your penis responsible for vascular erection functions, using state-of-the-art ultrasound imaging for accuracy.
It may take at least six of GenWave Therapy sessions to resolve your ED. Eight to twelve weeks later, new genital blood vessels may form, powering stronger, longer-lasting erections. The best way to experience the therapy is to consult with Genesis sexual health specialist, and craft a custom treatment plan for your specific needs.
Dr. Cabrera understands that healthy sexuality is crucial to healthy living. Experience for yourself the restorative powers of his innovative GenWave with Pshot Therapy. Call the Genesis Health Institute at ☎ (954) 561-3175 or contact us here.
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