If you are currently suffering from ED you are by no means alone.
In fact, more than 30 million men are affected by the condition in the United States alone.
If you are someone who is first experiencing ED, or have been struggling to no avail, you may be wondering:
Is erectile dysfunction permanent?
The good news is no, erectile dysfunction is not permanent, and there are great, modern technologies that can help without the traditional side effects and downtime.
Let’s go through them.
How to determine if you have ED
The first step in treating erectile dysfunction is to determine whether or not you are experiencing it.
If any of these apply to you, you may be suffering from ED:
- You can obtain an erection occationallly, but not every time you want to have sex
- You can get an erection, but it does not last long enough for the entirety of intercourse
- You are not able to get an erection at any point in time
Here at WaveTech Therapy, we created a quick 1-minute quiz to help you determine how severe or mild your ED is.
Is Erectile Dysfunction Permanent?
The popular myth that Erectile Dysfunction (ED) cannot be reversed is just that – a myth.
The truth is that there are a plethora of options available on the market today to treat ED, and it’s important to find the best solution to fit your lifestyle and needs.
The most commonly known treatments on the market today are pills, such as Viagra and Cialis, or penile injection therapy.
However, both of these traditional methods come with an extensive list of side effects and/or downtime.
Not to mention the idea of having to go to an office up to 3 times a week for penile injections is not realistic for most lifestyles.
Here at WaveTech™ Therapy we use a newer, advanced technology on the market known as acoustic wave therapy to target the cause of ED at its root, through the use of low-intensity sound waves.
With the all-natural, pain-free treatment, clients experience zero side effects or downtime and results for up to two years.
It’s Time To Do Something About ED
To reiterate, ED affects the lives of around 18% of men in America.
It frequently leads to low self-esteem, unhappy sex lives, and problems within partner relationships.
However, it doesn’t need to control yours.
Thankfully with the advancement in technology of acoustic wave therapy, thousands of men have regained enhanced sensitivity, a healthy sex life, and the peace of mind to live life without side effects or inconvenience.