If you’re seeking ways to increase your penis size or libido, you may be interested in participating in a male enhancement program.
We offer both the pills that melt under your tongue as well as some more male enhancement variations including erectile dysfunction treatment, shock wave therapy, and PRP injections.
Male Enhancement Types
Male enhancement is aimed to enlarge your penis size and girth, enhance your sexual performance and improve your sex drive.
It’s worth noting that most people who think they have a small penis actually have a common penis size. A 2017 study found that the average erect penis is about 5.5 inches or 14.15 centimeters. Typically, a penis is only considered abnormally small if it measures less than 3 inches when erect. This is known as a micropenis.
If you’re interested in male enhancement because you’re having difficulties achieving or maintaining an erection that you consider satisfactory, talk to a urologist to determine if erectile dysfunction (ED) could be the reason.
While ED is most common among older men, a 2013 study found that 26 percent of men seeking treatment for newly diagnosed ED were under 40 years old.
Shock Waves for Male Enhancement
Shockwave therapy uses energy from acoustic waves to trigger a process called neovascularization in certain parts of the body. When neovascularization occurs, new blood vessels form. This helps improve blood flow to the part of the body.
This type of therapy has been used to help heart patients, people with kidney stones, and those with fractures and joint inflammation. Recently, scientists have investigated low-intensity shockwave therapy to help men with erectile dysfunction (ED).
Blood flow is critical to a man’s erections. When a man is sexually stimulated, arteries widen so that his penis can fill with blood. The blood is what gives the penis the firmness needed for vaginal penetration. A man who has problems with blood flow to the penis may have weaker erections or may be unable to have erections at all.
Shockwave therapy targets the erectile mechanism so that men are more likely to have erections on their own. To administer shockwave therapy, a clinician applies a probe to the penis, which is coated in a special gel. Different areas of the penis are usually targeted.
Treatment sessions may last for fifteen to twenty minutes. Men usually don’t need anesthesia or experience pain, although they might have a tingling sensation in the treated area.
Clinical trials of shockwave therapy for ED have had encouraging results. The process has been well tolerated by patients. Many men have found that their erections have improved and they are able to have intercourse.
PRP for Male Enhancement
The PRP procedure involves taking platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from your blood sample and injecting it into your penis. This means a doctor takes your own cells and tissues and injects them into your penile tissues to promote tissue growth and purportedly give you better erections.
PRP therapy is used in recovery from muscle and joint injuries and explored for treating chronic health conditions.
In short, the PRP has been used as an alternative treatment in cases including:
- erectile dysfunction (ED);
- lichen sclerosis;
- Peyronie’s disease, a condition in which scar tissue makes the penis curve when it’s erect;
- penis enhancement;
- general sexual function, performance, and orgasm enhancement.
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