(The Daily Dish) Why has ED become such a sensitive topic? Did you know that it’s been reported that about half of men ages 40 to 70 have ED to some degree, although only one in 10 reports a complete inability to have erections?
Now let’s talk about these men that have reported problems. They’re most likely in relationships. The problem with ED and relationships is that it can cause other problems, lack of intimacy, issues with trust, effects on the mental health of the person’s partner, and more.
Most men don’t talk about the things that are bothering them very easily and to talk about something that ultimately has been taught for generations to make them feel like a man can be a very sensitive subject.
If you or someone you love is struggling with ED it can be embarrassing. Not only does it affect performance in the bedroom but it can also cause strain on relationships and if it’s not handled, it can lead to other relationship problems some as bad as divorce but hope is not lost.
Wasatch Medical Clinic is offering a breakthrough long-lasting solution. This revolutionary technology is helping men of all ages overcome their ED. It can help you get back to 100% functionality. Acoustic Wave Therapy uses pulsating acoustic waves to widen blood vessels and increase blood flow in men. In the past, treatment for ED has been through medication, injections, even surgery with less than promising results. AWT is a natural fix and it’s a long-lasting solution. Learn more about treatment and the science behind it.
It’s important to remember that Acoustic Wave Therapy is non-invasive. It doesn’t use needles and is applied topically right on top of the skin. Acoustic Wave Therapy is FDA cleared as of 2015 and is in 23 clinics across the country. Data has been collected from 2,000 patients and 1,800 are happy.
Patients suffering from erectile dysfunction should first be evaluated for any underlying physical and psychological conditions. If treatment of the underlying conditions doesn’t help, medications and assistive devices, such as pumps, can be prescribed.
Give Wasatch Medical’s staff a call at (801) 901-8000 for a free 30-40 minute consultation with a doctor, plus an ultrasound to see where you’re at and see what kind of results you might expect or you can visit their website.