Erectile Dysfunction can be an embarrassing and distressing condition for many men, as they may feel they are not performing up to their partner’s expectations. ED can have a negative effect on a man’s self-esteem and confidence, leading to feelings of inadequacy and depression. This, in turn, can also lead to relationship issues and decreased sexual satisfaction, as well as a reduced desire to have sex.
All in all, ED is one of the toughest things any man can go through, as sexual performance can have huge impacts on their social, physical, and mental life. Luckily, our team at Uroshock has developed an excellent erectile dysfunction treatment that is sure to change your life or the life of any man in your life. Read below to find out how to fight ED with our new, all-natural treatment, and visit our site to order your treatment options today!
You can own the advanced, user-friendly, medical-grade Uroshock device at a fraction of the cost of similar treatments at a doctor’s office. This device produces powerful radial waves and is far more sophisticated than cheaper, in-home options, which cost between $800 and $1500. Get great results, avoid embarrassing, invasive office treatments, and save money – all with the Uroshock device!
What Does It Do?
Uroshock utilizes acoustic waves to initiate cellular modifications. These waves not only break down plaque but also generate mechanical energy, which cells convert into biochemical signals. These signals result in the production of growth factors and draw stem cells to the area. This, in turn, helps to improve erection strength which can help men reestablish the function they need to perform in the bedroom.
To achieve the best results, patients should follow a schedule based on the most recent published data in the literature.
- 2 sessions per week for 6 weeks
- Each season is 20 minutes and includes 3000 shocks per session
- Wait 4 weeks to determine if additional sessions are required
How Does Uroshock Work?
Multiple clinical studies have shown that Low-intensity Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (LiESWL) can improve erections in men with milder forms of erectile dysfunction, with up to 40% of patients who take erection pills being dissatisfied or tolerating the side effects poorly.
The mechanism of action for LiESWL has been determined via animal studies, which have demonstrated that when the shock waves bend cells, growth factors are released, new blood vessels form, nerves regenerate, and progenitor cells or stem cells are either activated or recruited, as well as a reduction in inflammation.
Unfortunately, LiESWL may not be effective for those on the end of the spectrum, as well as those who have had radical pelvic surgery, and it should not be used for penile enlargement.
How Are Treatments Performed?
It is recommended that Uroshock be performed while sitting, standing, or lying down. Before use, a water-soluble lubricant should be applied to the penis to allow the device’s shock wave tip to glide smoothly over the surface. The battery should also be fully charged before use and will last for multiple applications. The tip should be gently and sequentially stroked over the top two-thirds of the penis, avoiding the bottom and head of the penis to avoid injuring the urethra. After treatment, no sexual activity should be done that day.
Who Can Benefit From Uroshock?
While our erectile dysfunction treatments are made to help a wide range of men benefit from improved erections, some men are likely to benefit more than others from our specific form of treatment. Patients who may benefit from a more natural approach to treating erectile dysfunction include:
- Those who have had positive results from pde5 inhibitors like Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, or Stendra, but want to try something different.
- Those who have experienced undesirable side effects from pde5 inhibitors.
- Those who are not satisfied with the hassle of vacuum erection devices.
- Those who are dissatisfied with vasoactive injection therapy.
- Those who find intra-urethral pellets to be uncomfortable or inconvenient.
- Those who have experienced lessened rigidity, fullness, or turgidity in their erections.
- Those who want to regain the youthful sensation in intercourse.
Who Is NOT A Good Candidate For Uroshock?
Certain men are not good candidates for Uroshock therapy and we recommend that you do NOT undergo our forms of treatment. These patients include:
- Those with known bleeding dyscrasias (i.e., difficulty clotting or a tendency to bleed heavily)
- Those taking blood thinners, including non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, aspirin, coumadin, Eliquis, Pradaxa, Fragmin, Savaysa, Lovenox, Arixtra, Heparin, and Rivaroxaban
- Those who have experienced complete erectile dysfunction for more than three years, or developed erectile dysfunction after a pelvic surgery such as radical prostatectomy
- Those who are already achieving satisfactory erections
Uroshock is a revolutionary treatment option for those looking for a natural and non-invasive way to fight ED. With clinical studies and evidence to back up our efficacy and safety, Uroshock stands as a viable alternative to other more expensive treatments. Not only can our device help improve erections and sexual performance, but it can also help to restore confidence and a sense of well-being in the bedroom. So, if you or someone you know is struggling with ED, why not try Uroshock and reclaim control of your sex life? Visit us online to shop today!