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Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction “ED” Angiogenesis

Erectile dysfunction better known as “ED” is something all men have to pay special attention to. Those suffering from chronic ED often cannot sustain or even attain erection even while having a satisfactory sex life.  Some of the issues related to ED are: Ejaculatory dysfunction or problems with ejaculation and achieving orgasm. Another is having a very low level of libido where the man lacks sexual desire.

There are a few differences on how severe ED affects different people. For some, they may be unable to attain an erection. Others have inconsistent capability to attain an erection, or often they are able to attain one but cannot sustain it during long sexual encounters. The severity and variation of how one is affected with ED makes it quite challenging to estimate. Most men are also naturally not willing to talk openly about these types of issues to their doctors because they feel embarrassed, thus leaving the sickness under-diagnosed or undiagnosed at all.(Lojanapiwat, Weerusawin, and Kuanprasert 2009)*

While “ED” erectile dysfunction can happen at any age, it’s usually uncommon amongst young males but much more common within the late 30’s & 40’s and especially in the elderly populations. By the age of 40, most males have experienced erectile dysfunction at least a few times. Total impotence increases from 8% of males over 42 years of age to 25% of all males 65 years and older. Population research conducted discovered that some degree of ED occurred in 29% of males in between ages 40-55, and in 60% of males in between ages 65-80.

70% of all “ED” cases are directly attributed to one of the following underlying conditions:

Stem Cell Therapy To Treat Erectile Dysfunction


Using the most effective and Permanent Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction (Ching-Shwun Lin et al. 2011)*. By using your own Autologous Mesenchymal (MSC) Stem Cells to permanently fix the problem of lacking appropriate blood circulation by creating new blood vessels via a process called Angiogenesis. The Angiogenesis process is very similar to stem cell treatment for patients suffering from heart conditions like cardiomyopathy,congestive heart failure (CHF),coronary artery disease, and treat other heart diseases such as Peripheral Vascular Disease (PAD). Using Safe and Effective Cell treatment for restoring your peak Erectile function. Medical data has proven that a combination program using Hematopoietic MSC stem cells treatment delivered locally into the penis In Combination with intravenous implantation to be highly effective for immediate and long-term improvements in libido, appetite,blood flow,sleep quality & overall well-being The effects of the Cell Therapy for ED are ongoing, lasting and long-term.(Mangir et al. 2014)*

The results received from stem cell therapy for ED are without risk of side effects and safe since they uses the patients own stem cells. Adipose or “fat” derived stem cells “ADSC” are usually found near small blood vessels. The marker in blood known as “CD34+” has been found in nearly 60% of peri-vascular areas and proves the existence of Adipose Stem Cells. Their purpose and use in our ED treatment are to help create new blood vessels and pathways to allow proper blood flow for a normal erection. (Wu and Xia 2011)*


ED is typically a side effect or symptom of a more severe underlying condition such as Diabetes or Heart Condition. Please note in order to permanently fix ED we must treat the root cause first. Treatments can be combined however our focus will be on the primary medical threat first followed by ED. All interested men must be clinically diagnosed with ED from a Urologist.

Published Clinical Citations

  • Lin, Ching-Shwun, Zhong-Cheng Xin, Zhong Wang, Chunhua Deng, Yun-Ching Huang, Guiting Lin, and Tom F Lue. 2011. Stem cell therapy for erectile dysfunction: a critical review.Stem cells and development, no. 3 (September 7). doi:10.1089/scd.2011.0303.
  • Lojanapiwat, B, T Weerusawin, and S Kuanprasert. 2009. Erectile dysfunction as a sentinel marker of endothelial dysfunction disease.Singapore medical journal, no. 7.
  • Mangir, Naside, Cem Akbal, Tufan Tarcan, Ferruh Simsek, and Levent Turkeri. 2014. Mesenchymal stem cell therapy in treatment of erectile dysfunction: autologous or allogeneic cell sources?International journal of urology : official journal of the Japanese Urological Association, no. 12 (July 30). doi:10.1111/iju.12585.
  • Wu, Jian-Hong, and Shu-Jie Xia. 2011. Stem cell-based therapy for erectile dysfunction.Chinese medical journal, no. 22.


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