Not being able to sexually perform in bed can be a traumatic experience for some men. One of life’s greatest pleasures is intimacy, and creating an exciting experience for both your partner and yourself. Unfortunately, erectile dysfunction (ED) can ruin the moment. Although there have been many products on the market to treat the condition, there can also be many side effects of ED medications and treatments. These reactions range from being an everyday annoyance, to being detrimental to quality of life. We’ve compiled a list of side effects of ED medications and treatments for your awareness, in which we’ll then offer you a more natural and alternative procedure with several major potential benefits.
The Side Effects
1. Headaches and Body Pain
We all wish we could have our own personal masseuse, but feeling like you constantly need one to follow you around all day could become a problem. According to Healthline, headaches and body pains are common side effects of ED medications- “the sudden change in blood flow from the increased levels of nitric oxide causes the headaches”. Switching medications won’t be of any help either, since this is a common side effect of all brands.
This same increase in nitric oxide that can cause aches and pains can also cause dizziness. Although it’s often non-threatening, it can significantly interfere with one’s everyday life. Much less frequently do these medications sometimes cause fainting.
3. Congestion and Sniffling
Reaching for the tissue box more often, even when you don’t have allergies? This could be due to ED medications. Again, this is also due to the nitric oxide in the products. These symptoms may eventually go away, but can cause disturbances in everyday activities.
4. Digestive Issues
You may have stopped having bedroom troubles, but you may find yourself having more bathroom troubles if you’re taking any ED medications. Both indigestion and diarrhea can both be side effects of these treatments. Unfortunately, this in turn may even cause more bedroom issues.
“Flushes are temporary periods of redness of the skin.” These blotchy red patches can show up any time on the body. Flushes are not necessarily harmful, but they can be an annoyance and embarrassing. Also, they are more likely to occur when eating spicy food, drinking alcohol, or being outside in warm weather.
6. Lumpiness, Nodules, and Skin Necrosis (with Hyaluronic Acid fillers)
That’s right, HA fillers such as Juvederm, Hydrelle, and Restylane can all cause these side effects. Although the lumpiness and nodules can eventually go away, it can take up to 6 months. If an afflicted patient wants to remove these issues right away, they often have to shell out more cash for the treatments. Skin necrosis is an even bigger issue–– this is when the tissues in the penis die and must be surgically removed.
P-Stem: Huh? What Side Effects?
Much like the P-Shot, the P-Stem treatment utilizes your own platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to effectively treat ED. PRP is incredibly rich in growth factors which can stimulate the growth of new tissue when injected into problem areas. These growth factors work to rejuvenate, improve functionality, and boost sensation all within the penis.
Unlike traditional treatments (like the ones listed above), the P-Stem treatment is an incredibly safe procedure that poses no risks on the patient’s health. Because we are simply utilizing and exploiting the healing abilities of your own body, there is no risk of rejection or infection.
- Increased penis size
- Heightened sensitivity
- Increased circulation
- Strengthen and straighten the penis
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