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Could Sound Wave Therapy Replace Viagra?

After 15 years dominating the erectile dysfunction market, Viagra has a new competitor looming. The latest experimental method of treating ED or erectile dysfunction is extracorporeal sound wave therapy (ESWT).

Shock waves

Researchers using shock wave therapy for the treatment of heart patients discovered that the same therapy can also be used to assist in revitalizing and improving the blood vessels in the penis. Tests show that the blood vessels increase in size after sound wave therapy, which allows more blood flow to the penis, producing a harder erection.

Non drug treatment

The new machine used to deliver this sound wave therapy is the ED1000, manufactured by Medispec in the US.
A wand attached to the ED1000 is used directly onto the penis, emitting low energy shockwaves or impulses that causes no pain to the patient during the procedure. The sound waves encourage the production of new blood vessels, which allows blood to flow more freely into the penis. The treatment involves shock wave therapy for a 12-week period and the results are said to last for at least two years. The treatment has also shown promising results for sufferers of ED that is caused by diabetes and heart disease.

Great Results

A Scandinavian study involving over a hundred Danish men with ED, used ESWT on half of the men and the other received a placebo. None of the men taking part in the trial could have sex involving penetration without the assistance of medication. However, at the conclusion of the trial, more than half of those men could have sex without medication, compared to only 9% who had taken the placebo. Those findings were published in the Scandinavian Journal of Urology in 2014 and a year later, the American Urological Association announced at their annual meeting, that ESWT was "a safe, effective and well-tolerated treatment for erectile dysfunction".

Alternative to Viagra

While Viagra and other ED medications treat the symptoms of the condition, shock wave or acoustic therapy attempts to cure the problem. This new acoustic technology may not be the solution for those men suffering ED due to neurological or psychological conditions. However, it does give hope to millions of men with ED worldwide who are unresponsive after taking Viagra nor benefit from using injections, pumps or implants.




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