A Look at some of the underlying causes of ED

Erectile dysfunction not only has a significant physical component as a disorder but also a mental one. It can be caused by a number of things, including a fast-paced lifestyle, stress, and even heart disorders. If you haven't experienced it before, though, count yourself among the fortunate few because the disease is more common than you may imagine. Medical science has fared exceptionally well and we now have several new technologies helping millions of people to overcome this dysfunction. In this article, we will take a look at some of the underlying causes of Erectile Dysfunction.

Vascular diseases are those that cause damage to your blood vessels or alter their function. Atherosclerosis, also known as "clogged arteries," is a major physical cause of ED- although there are also psychological factors to consider. Atherosclerosis is the accumulation of cholesterol and fats in the form of a sticky plaque on the artery walls. This affects the diameter of the nerves, lesser blood can be taken to penis for a firm erection and therefore erectile dysfunction occurs.

Neurogenic Disorders Erectile dysfunction (ED) caused by nervous system dysfunction is becoming more common. This could be because ED is complex and can be caused by multiple factors-plethora of disorders affecting the neurotransmission of erectogenic signals. In a study of men with multiple sclerosis, 28.4% of whom were younger than 40, it was found that the disease increases the risk of ED by 2.2 times. However, there is now an increased awareness and diagnosis of ED available with medical science.

Peyronie's Disease is a noncancerous condition caused by fibrous scar tissue on the penis that causes curved and painful erections. It can cause serious bend or pain in men experiencing it. Although the pain during erections may subside in a couple years, scar tissue, penile shortening, and curvature are common long-term effects. This not only prevents you from having sex but can also lead to ED. Without treatment, the curvature and pain associated with Peyronie's disease improve in some men.

Now that we have had a look at some of the causes, let us now show you one of the most effective treatments for ED available nowadays.

Introducing P-Shot®: A Highly Effective ED Treatment

Gousse Urology is a leading provider of The Priapus Shot® or P-Shot® for men, a revolutionary new treatment for ED that does not involve surgery.

P-Shot® is a platelet-rich plasma therapy treatment where platelet-rich plasma gets extracted from the patient’s blood and injected into the penis. A special centrifuge device separates the plasma from the blood before the injection begins.

Platelet rich plasma treatment is great for treating ED as it has to do with growth factors contained in the plasma. These growth factors stimulate the stem cells in the patient’s penis, allowing them to form erections much more quickly and easily.

As the plasma that is used by the urologist is from your own body, there is no outside ingredients or foreign substances entering your body- making it a safe procedure.

The Benefits of the P-Shot®

The benefits of P-Shot® are low-risk and high-value as there is no surgical intervention or invasive procedures required and one can enjoy the following benefits:

  • Enhanced ability to form an erection
  • Sustain an erection for a longer time
  • Increased penis sensation
  • Increased sexual pleasure
  • Increased sexual stamina
  • Potential for developing a larger penis
  • No pain during the procedure
  • 100% natural-based
  • Minimal side effects
  • Better self-esteem

The urologist applies a local anesthetic to your private area so you won’t feel any pain during the P-Shot® injections. The entire procedure does not take any longer than 30 minutes to be completed.

A Simple Procedure

The P-Shot® is not a complicated procedure. A simple needle injection is all that is required, which is hard to feel as you will have a local anesthetic preventing you from any kind of pain.

Here are the steps of a typical P-Shot® procedure

  1. A thorough consultation meeting with the urologist, where he will explain the procedure to you in great detail.
  2. The urologist then draws a blood sample from your body and places the blood into an FDA-approved centrifuge device.
  3. The centrifuge device will rotate the blood several times to extract platelet-rich plasma from it.
  4. Once the separation is completed, the urologist will modify the plasma into a platelet-rich plasma matrix.
  5. The urologist will then apply the local anesthetic gel to your private area to numb it before the injections begin.
  6. The urologist will inject the plasma into the required areas of your penis

That is it! There will be no requirement of a downtime or a recovery period. One can go back to their normal routines almost immediately.

Faster and Better Results

Although the results show up differently for different people, most patients experience better erections a few days after getting the P-Shot®. The body just needs a little time to rebuild the blood vessels and repair the tissue damage in the penis. Then, as more blood circulates to the penis, it becomes easier to form erections. The full results of the P-Shot® usually occur within 2 to 6 weeks. That is when your erection durability and longevity will be at an all-time high.

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