A Natural Treatment For Erectile Dysfunction: A Symptom of Changes in Men’s Biological Clock

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Understanding erectile dysfunction and men’s biological clock. Have you noticed your sex drive and ability to perform winding down? Do you feel lethargic and irritable? Are you starting to put on weight, maybe even face hair loss or prostate problems? This may be your body telling you it’s time to take a look at changes in your biological clock (also known as male menopause).

It is estimated that more than half of all men in the UK will suffer from erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives. Some estimates for erectile dysfunction are as high as 70% of men over the age of 40, making it a major medical problem.

What Causes Male Menopause?

Male menopause is a condition that may be caused by declining testosterone levels. It’s also called “andropause.” In older men, low testosterone levels may cause symptoms including fatigue, weight gain, depression and lower interest in sex, among others.

The symptoms of changes in men’s biological clock are often related to aging and are identified as problems with sexual performance. Testosterone is a male hormone that helps maintain muscle mass and bone density, sperm production and sex drive.

Testosterone levels naturally decrease with age. However, the degree to which they drop varies. Some men don’t notice any symptoms of low testosterone, while others will develop symptoms like those of male menopause.

The Most Common Symptom of Male Menopause – Erectile Dysfunction

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There are many symptoms of male menopause that can impact your life. The most common symptom is erectile dysfunction (ED).

Erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection. If you have ED, you are not alone. In fact, most men suffer from some degree of ED after the age of 40. ED isn’t just a physical problem — it can affect your relationships, work life and emotional well-being.

Low testosterone can lead to a variety of symptoms, including:

  • Low libido
  • Fatigue
  • Hair loss
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Muscle loss
  • Mood changes
  • Poor sleep quality

PRP (Plasma-Rich Platelet) Treatments Are A Revolutionary New Way To Ease Symptoms

Changes in men’s biological clock can results in a challenging time for any man and his partner. It’s an age in life when the body changes, and it is often difficult to cope with the symptoms that come with this change. The good news is that you don’t have to suffer through male menopause. PRP (Plasma-Rich Platelet) treatments are a revolutionary new way to ease symptoms caused by male menopause such as erectile dysfunction, hair loss and fatigue.

PRP treatments are a non-hormonal treatment for many of the symptoms of male menopause. PRP injections use your own blood to stimulate new cell growth and collagen production in the body. This helps boost energy levels, prevent hair loss and promote sexual function.

PRP Treatment For Erectile Dysfunction

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If you’re experiencing erectile dysfunction, it can be tough to know what treatment to try. The majority of people will find that a drug like Viagra is sufficient for their needs. But if you can’t get an erection at all, or even if you have trouble getting it up in the first place, an Erectile Dysfunction PRP procedure might be right for you.

What is PRP? PRP stands for Plasma Rich Platelet and is a revolutionary new treatment for Erectile Dysfunction. It involves taking the patient’s own blood and extracting the plasma portion of it, containing a high concentration of growth factors. The extracted plasma is then injected back into their body, where it works to regenerate damaged tissue by stimulating stem cell production. This treatment has been shown to be more effective than other more invasive procedures like surgery or penile prosthesis implantation because there’s no need for general anaesthesia, less pain during recovery period etcetera.”

The procedure is safe, non-surgical and won’t leave any lasting scars. In fact, you won’t have to worry about bumping into someone you know and confessing what you’ve done after you leave our discreet clinic.

We draw a small amount of your blood and, using a centrifuge, isolate the plasma from that blood – all while you wait. Then we inject it into the genitals in areas designed to get the best effect. The procedure is virtually painless and does not require any downtime.

The bottom line is that yes, male menopause is real caused by changes in men’s biological clock. There are many symptoms of it which can be rough for guys to handle, most notably sexual difficulties. Thankfully, with advances in medicine we have become more knowledgeable about the cause and potential treatments for it. 

If you’re still not sure about PRP for erectile dysfunction, contact Amanda (Founder and PRP lead) – she’s happy to answer all of your questions, and give you an honest appraisal of the likelihood of success for you.

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