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Breakthrough in ED Treatment

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By    |   Friday, 03 January 2020 10:45 AM

There's a new treatment for erectile disfunction called GAINSWave that's turning out to be a breakthrough. Erectile dysfunction, according to one study, will probably soar from affecting 152 million men in 1995 to 322 million men worldwide in 2025.

"GAINSWave is a new, non-invasive device that uses shock wave therapy to improve erectile dysfunction in men," Dr. Anthony Youn, M.D., F.A.C.S., tells Newsmax. "The shock wave therapy helps to open up the blood vessels to the penis, increasing circulation and improving erections. It usually involves 6-12 treatments and results last two to three years."

Although relatively new to the United States, shock wave therapy has been used as a successful treatment in Europe for more than 15 years, according to GAINSWave.com. The treatment isn't only available for those suffering from ED, but benefits all men who want to enhance sexual health and performance. In fact, according to the manufacturer, many healthy men without an issue opt for treatment to optimize their performance or as a preventive method to reduce their risk of ED.

Unlike Viagra or Cialis, the treatment addresses the root cause of ED, which is poor blood flow, and you don't have to rely on a pill for intimacy. It's safe for those with medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or heart disease, as there are little to no side effects reported.

"The treatment differs from other procedures for many reasons because it is drug and surgery free," notes Youn, dubbed "America's Holistic Plastic Surgeon." However, clinical research studies have shown that the treatment benefits vary from man to man, depending on the severity of their ED.

According to a research article published by the American Urological Association Education and Research, Inc., "Low intensity shock wave treatment is effective in the short term but treatment efficacy was maintained after two years in only half the patients. In patients with milder forms of erectile dysfunction the beneficial effect is more likely to be preserved."

VICE News reporter and author of "Working Stiff: The Misadventures of an Accidental Sexpert" Grant Stoddard covered the GAINSWave procedure by undergoing the treatment himself as part of a news feature. He reported erections "of a type I haven't known since college."

And GAINSWave provider Dr. George Shapiro, appearing on The Doctor's Farmacy, a podcast with Dr. Mark Hyman, says, "We have been achieving significant results with patients who utilize the full treatment."

GAINSWave is also beneficial for men with Peyronie's Disease, and can reduce the curvature of the penis associated with this condition. Cost can be as low as $500 per treatment, depending on the package. Log onto GAINSWave.com to see if you are a candidate for the procedure and to locate a provider near you.

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