The success rates of the treatments provided by the Precision Sexual Health Clinic have been quite high, with many men and their partners delighted at the results. When asked if it’s true that many men shy away from seeking help for erectile dysfunction, Dr. Franklin Ossai of Precision Sexual Health Clinic in London warmly disagrees.
“Men know when there’s a problem,” he says. “But the issue is that they may not be aware of all the options they have.”
Dr. Ossai is on to something – in recent years, men’s sexual health hasn’t been a stigmatized, taboo tale only talked about behind closed doors at home. Men have become empowered to speak with their physicians about their sexual health, particularly erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction has been proven to be a relatively common issue, affecting approximately half of all men over the age of 40. Dr. Ossai says this condition, which is the reoccurring inability to achieve or maintain adequate erection despite being sexually aroused, can be successfully treated. Dr. Ossai says this condition can be brought about or exacerbated by diseases that cause narrowing or hardening of the arteries such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, other physical ailments as well as psychological conditions such as depression and anxiety.
Alongside erectile dysfunction, Dr. Ossai says that other sexual health conditions reported by men such as Peyronie’s disease (an acquired penile curvature that’s a result of scar tissue formation in the penile shaft), premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation or frenulum breve (a condition that occurs when the frenulum – the band of tissue located under the penis – is either too tight or too short) can be successfully treated.
But even as men have become more comfortable talking about erectile dysfunction to their doctors, often they are offered only one treatment option for the condition: the small blue pills made popular by mainstream media.
There are new highly effective and long-lasting treatments options for erectile dysfunction, all offered at the clinic. While still considered new and investigational, the success rates of the treatments have been quite high, with many men – and their partners – delighted at the results.
These treatments include shockwave therapy, a non-invasive treatment delivery system that triggers regeneration of blood vessels in the penis; Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) shots, an injection into the penis that enhances regeneration of blood vessels and nerves increasing blood flow and sensitivity. These treatment options target the actual cause of erectile dysfunction and not just the symptoms. Other injection treatments for ED are also available.
“Erectile dysfunction can absolutely be treated, using these new, effective treatments that are longer lasting than pills,” encourages Dr. Ossai. “With these new treatments, we can significantly improve sexual function in those experiencing difficulties.”
Author of the original article: Postmedia Content Works
Publishing date: Oct 03, 2022