Erectile Dysfunction Medications
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common condition in which men cannot maintain a satisfactory erection for intercourse. Research estimates that as many as one in two American men over 40 struggle with ED. However, ED can affect men of any age.
Men with ED suffer from anxiety, feelings of inadequacy, embarrassment, and diminished quality of life. It’s up there with hair loss, weight gain, and low testosterone for the most popular men’s health concerns. It can be awkward and cause feelings of inadequacy.
The good news is that there are several safe and effective ways to overcome ED and restore robust sexual function. You do not have to live with ED! We can help.
ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION MEDICATIONS
Oral medications are often the initial treatment of choice for men with erectile dysfunction. The most common medications are Sildenafil (Viagra) and Tadalafil (Cialis). These medications work by increasing blood flow to the penis and thus improving sensitivity to sexual stimulation.
Erectile dysfunction medications are often reasonably effective for men with mild to moderate ED, but can cause mild side effects, including headaches, stuffy nose, and muscle aches. There are certain precautions against taking these medications along with other drugs.
Peptides are unique signaling molecules that can effectively treat ED. Peptides are not pharmaceuticals but rather short chains of amino acids that provide exact functions. Melanotan 2 and PT-141 are peptides given by injection or nasal spray to enhance sexual performance immediately. Several other peptides can effectively improve hormone function, which indirectly improves sexual performance.
Vacuum therapy is a non-invasive approach to improving erectile function. The treatment involves a cylinder-shaped suction device placed around the penis to draw blood into the penis. Vacuum therapy is often used in conjunction with other treatment options.
THE GAINSWAVE TREATMENT FOR ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
GAINSWave is a clinically proven, non-invasive therapy that improves sexual performance by correcting the underlying problem. GAINSWave has been scientifically validated by a series of over 30 clinical studies that have demonstrated a greater than 75% success rate in treating ED.
The pulsatile waves used during GAINSWave treatment can help improve blood flow to the penis by promoting the formation of new blood vessels.
P-SHOT TREATMENT FOR ED
The Priapus Shot is also sometimes known as the P-Shot or P-Shots. It is a special kind of injection. This treatment uses platelet-rich plasma from your blood to stimulate new blood vessel growth in your penis.
This procedure not only treats ED to restore sexual performance, but it may also increase the length and girth of your penis. This entirely natural process uses material from your body rather than a synthetic drug.
PENILE INJECTION THERAPY FOR ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
We use stem cells, platelet-rich plasma, and Trimix medication in our therapies, depending on what is suitable. These treatments stimulate new blood vessel growth, repair, and rejuvenation.
This procedure not only treats ED to restore sexual performance, but it may also increase the length and girth of your penis. The process is quick, effective, and safe.
WHAT IS RIGHT FOR ME?
We will do a thorough medical evaluation and also discuss your expectations and needs to determine what treatment is right for you.
The Gapin Institute also offers several other treatments to help men overcome ED and achieve maximal sexual function. We practice a systems-based approach to optimizing men’s health and will help you get the best results.
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Maintaining healthy sexual function is an essential part of your overall wellness and vitality. When approaching treatment options for ED, there is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Each individual has a unique set of health issues. Dr. Tracy Gapin will take a comprehensive, customized approach to optimize your health that meets your needs. Schedule an appointment today.
Dr. Gapin is board certified by the American Board of Urology and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. After his undergraduate education at Texas A&M University and medical school training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, he completed a general surgery internship and urology residency at the University of Florida.