With so many men living with ED, you would think that they’d be searching for an effective, long-lasting treatment. Actually, that treatment already exists, but all too many men are still managing their ED on a daily basis with oral medication.
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What Is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. It can happen at any time, but it’s most commonly seen in middle aged men who are stressed out or following an unhealthy diet/lifestyle that can negatively affect a their body chemistry. ED may also be caused by emotional problems, like anxiety, which may require professional help.
How Common is ED?
Erectile dysfunction doesn’t just come with age, and it can affect anyone despite their physical condition or lifestyle. The Cleveland Clinic says that over 50% of men have this condition by age 40. That’s a lot more than many men realize.
Although there are many daily treatments for ED, such as Viagra, Cialis, and other well known brands, they do come with side effects, plus the results are short lived.
The team at Dr. McKenna’s Orthopedics and Biologics offers an alternative. At our offices in Trophy Club and Dallas, Texas, Dr. Wade McKenna offers ED’s Shot™ for penile rejuvenation that lasts for months.
What Are the Causes of ED?
If you’ve been experiencing erectile dysfunction (ED), it’s important to know that there are many reasons why the condition occurs. For example, some common causes include:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Hormone imbalances
- Sleep problems
- Relationship struggles
- Alcohol and tobacco use
- Some medications
- High cholesterol
- High blood pressure
What Is the ED Injection?
The ED injection shot is a revolutionary treatment for ED that offers men months of penile rejuvenation instead of days. The injection with our proprietary allograft (tissue graft) will introduce healthy cells into your penis, which improve circulation and heal any damage while increasing nerve sensitivity. With no downtime you can resume daily activities right away after receiving this quick treatment at Dr. McKenna’s Orthopedics and Biologics.