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Shockwave therapy is one of the latest treatment modalities for erectile dysfunction. This pain free and pill-free treatment is perfectly suitable for them who want to avoid the unnecessary side-effects of the available medicines.

In the penis these shock waves, cause mild damage to old blood vessels and
Break plaques like cholesterol from blocked blood vessels
Reduce oxygen supply to penis and cause increase in new blood vessel formation
Because of these combined actions, the penis gets new improved blood supply and this cures erectile dysfunction in men.

Shockwave therapy is one of the many treatment options for erectile dysfunction (ED). But you should know that it is not FDA approved. However, the science behind this pill-free treatment has been supported by several studies that have shown encouraging results.

Shockwave therapy appears to work best for men with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction, which is a blood vessel disorder that affects blood flow to tissue in the penis. If the erectile dysfunction is due to other causes, then it would not be helpful.

What is shock wave therapy?

It’s a noninvasive therapy that’s been used in orthopedics for years to help heal broken bones, injured ligaments, and injured tendons. The clinical term for shockwave therapy is low-intensity shockwave therapy (LiSWT). It uses targeted high-energy sound waves, which can speed up tissue repair and cell growth

Healthy blood flow to the penile tissue is needed for successful erection. Shockwave therapy can repair and strengthen blood vessels in the penis and improve blood flow. If we take medicines like sildenafil, tadalafil, it works the same way. However, those medicines have multiple side-effects

How shockwave therapy works?

Shockwave therapy is administered with a wand-like device placed near different areas of the penis. A healthcare provider moves the device along parts of your penis for about 15 minutes while it emits gentle pulses. As it is a painless procedure no anesthesia is needed.

The pulses trigger improved blood flow and tissue remodeling in the penis. Both of these changes can lead to erections sufficient for sex.

A recent study compared linear and focused type shock wave therapy and they found that linear shockwave therapy appears to be better as it take fewer treatment sessions.

There’s currently no established recommendation for treatment period or frequency.
most common treatment plan was twice weekly for 3 weeks, followed by 3 weeks without treatments, and another 3-weeks of twice-weekly treatments.
The analysis found that the effects of shockwave therapy lasted about a year.

Side-effects of Shockwave therapy:

Currently there is no established side-effects. more research needs to be done to determine side effects, complications, and long-term effectiveness.

However, very rarely people found mild pain at the site of the procedure and bruising around the penis. But again it is very rare.

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