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PRP For Erectile Dysfunction

All jokes and innuendo aside, erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence can have a major impact on a man’s health and relationships. 

The NHS reports that erectile dysfunction is particularly common in men over the age of 40. 

Exact figures vary but one report found that it is experienced by 12 to 19% of men of reproductive age and another study reported that erectile dysfunction is common in 58.2% of men in the UK.

What is erectile dysfunction?

A man is impotent or has erectile dysfunction when: 

  • He is unable to get an erection
  • He has problems keeping an erection firm enough to have sex
  • He has a reduced sexual desire for a prolonged period of time

Erectile dysfunction is more than a physical issue. It can also impact self-confidence, cause stress and relationship problems, and take its toll on male mental health and wellbeing.

What causes erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction can be a result or side-effect of many conditions. This includes the following:

  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Obesity
  • Low testosterone
  • Substance abuse
  • Heart disease, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol
  • Chronic diseases such as diabetes, Parkinson’s, and Multiple Sclerosis
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Changes in the biological clock

It can also be a result of problems in life such as money or work issues, stress, depression, fatigue, and tiredness. Erectile dysfunction can also be a side effect of some medications such as antidepressants and those used to treat high blood pressure, pain, or prostate cancer.

How can the male plasma shot help erectile dysfunction?

This revolutionary new plasma-rich platelet (PRP) procedure is non-invasive and doesn’t carry the heart-health risks of many traditional erectile dysfunction treatments.

We follow PRP procedures to withdraw a small amount of blood from your body. Then, while you wait, we use a centrifuge to isolate the platelet-rich plasma that contains your body’s own growth factors. 

By injecting these growth factors back into the affected area, we find men can once again achieve erections that are firmer, larger, more frequent, and longer-lasting. It can also deliver increased sensation and pleasure.

You could benefit from the PRP for erectile dysfunction procedure if you:

  • Want a stronger, longer-lasting erection
  • Can’t take traditional erectile dysfunction medication
  • Are no longer responding to traditional erectile dysfunction medicines
  • Suffer from Peyronie’s Disease

As a safe, quick, and non-surgical procedure, PRP therapy for erectile dysfunction has been shown to be more effective than other more invasive procedures like surgery or penile prosthesis implantation as there is no need for a general anaesthetic, there is less pain during the treatment, and it does not require any downtime.

Unrivalled experience

As well as being an internationally renowned therapist with over two decades of experience, Blend Clinic founder Amanda Bradshaw is certified and qualified to administer PRP therapies by the inventor of the pioneering procedures himself. 

So, when you come to Blend for PRP therapy for intimate issues such as erectile dysfunction, you can rest assured that the PRP treatment is being administered just as the inventor intended.

More locations. More confidence

The Blend network of clinics is a centre of excellence for UK PRP.

You can say hello to a bolder you at our three clinics across the UK in Cheam in Surrey, Harley Street in London, and Salisbury in Wiltshire.

Want to discover more about PRP for erectile dysfunction?

If you’re still not sure about PRP for erectile dysfunction, give Amanda a call. She will be happy to answer all of your questions about the safe and quick procedure and give you an honest appraisal of the likelihood of success for you.

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