Erectile Dysfunction or known as Impotence is an abnormal health condition that is related to the blood circulation and the quality of the blood vessels. There are several factors that could increase the risk of erectile dysfunction, such as stress, anxiety, aging, cigarette smoking, drinking alcohol, Diabetes or high blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, high blood lipids, and obesity.
The warning signs and symptoms of erectile dysfunction includes:
- Decreased sexual desire or loss of sexual desire
- Trouble getting or keeping an erection during sexual intercourse
- Premature ejaculation or early ejaculation
- Lack of morning erection
If you seem to have the signs and symptoms of erectile dysfunction, you should seek consultation and medical treatment from the specialist. Currently, there is a new alternative treatment option for erectile dysfunction, it is called Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy or ESWT. With ESWT, the patient’s penis will be poked with a low-intensity acoustic pulse (Shockwave) around 4,000 shots on 4 places of the penis and the pelvic floor muscle to restore the penile vascularization.
For the effective result of the treatment, it is recommended to receive Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy 1-2 times a week for 12 weeks continuously.
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