Has your libido changed over time? Are you looking to boost your performance in the bedroom? Men’s sexual health can often feel like a hard subject to broach, as it can feel embarrassing or even taboo, but it’s worth talking about so that you can feel confident and self-assured when it comes to your sexuality. With GainsWave, you can increase your sexual functioning and feel revitalized with effective, lasting results.
How Long Do GainsWave Results Last?
While many other treatments for a low sex drive offer brief results – especially with ingestible medications, which last for a maximum of a few months and sometimes only a few hours – this treatment is groundbreaking in that it lasts for up to three years. Combine that with the fact that it’s noninvasive, nonsurgical, and drug-free, and you can see why it’s quickly becoming a popular choice for men looking for a solution to their low libido.
What Does GainsWave Treat?
Candidates seeking this treatment commonly suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED), Peyronie’s Disease, and low libido. ED is commonly caused by blood flow issues, while Peyronie’s Disease is caused by plaque, or scar tissue, developing in the penis, which can make forming erections difficult or even painful. Since GainsWave targets blood vessels and tissue in the treatment area, it’s regarded as a very effective treatment for these issues.
How Does Treatment Work?
It utilizes a low-frequency sound wave device that, when used on the treatment area, breaks up arterial plaques that obstruct blood flow. Not only that, but the waves stimulate the generation of new blood vessels. The result is more blood volume in the penis, giving you erections that are stronger, harder, and last longer.
What Can I Expect Throughout Treatment?
The first step will be to come in for a consultation, where we’ll ensure this treatment is right for you – that might mean looking through your medical history, or verifying you’re not undergoing any conflicting treatments. Then we’ll come up with a schedule and plan that suits your needs, including how many sessions we recommend you come in for.
Dr. Marshall and his expert team at Tru-Male Medical will make sure you feel safe and comfortable throughout the experience. A numbing cream is applied to the treatment area so you don’t experience any discomfort, then the sound wave device will be used to break up plaque and promote penile tissue growth.
Virtually painless and void of any needles or incisions, the treatment will fly by and be over before you know it. Most patients are out in as little as twenty minutes!
Amazingly, there’s no downtime with this treatment, so you can return to daily activity as soon as it’s over – you can head back to work or carry on with your errands. Thanks to no anesthetic being used, you can even drive yourself to and from your appointment!
How Many Sessions Will I Require?
This depends on the individual, but it’s suggested that one should undergo between six and twelve sessions to achieve optimal results. A specific number can be agreed upon during your initial consultation. We’ll recommend coming in about once a week until all your sessions are done.
How Long Will It Take To See Results?
This treatment will break up plaque almost instantly, but your body will take longer to generate new blood vessels. For this reason, the immediacy of results varies from person to person.
You may feel the initial results quite quickly following treatment, which may manifest in different ways depending on the individual – some patients have cited an immediate increase in sex drive, while others might experience sudden erections. Alternatively, many men don’t see a change for several weeks.
All responses are perfectly natural and just come down to the individual: their body, age, cellular turnover rate, blood flow, and even lifestyle. Our team will happily talk you through any concerns or questions you might have following treatment if you’re still curious about your results.
What Are the Benefits of Treatment?
As well as being quick, effective, and painless, patients with ED or Perroie’s Disease appreciate that this treatment targets the cause of these issues directly. Even if you don’t suffer from either, having a low libido can be very challenging and patients thrilled to find their sexual performance has improved after treatment. Long-lasting results and no side effects truly make this treatment a no-brainer once you’ve gotten the go-ahead from the team at Tru-Male Medical.
Is This Treatment Ideal for Those With Peyronie’s Disease?
Peyronie’s Disease doesn’t just interfere with erections – it can be painful and even cause the penis to bend. It can be caused by a host of factors, including surgery, autoimmune disorders, chronic injury, or just aging.
An alternative treatment for Peyronie’s is Traction Therapy, which involves bending the penis back into shape with a mechanical device – but this can be tedious as sometimes the device must be worn for up to eight hours a day. There’s also surgery, but that comes with the usual risks of infection and recovery time, plus it’s only recommended after at least nine months of having Peyronie’s.
That’s why more and more men are looking to GainsWave, which uses sound wave therapy to target the plaque head-on. By going straight to the root of the problem, it’s a deeply effective method of treatment and leaves patients feeling happy and confident in no time.
This Treatment vs ED Prescription Drugs
You’ve probably seen ads for – or even researched yourself – a number of prescription drugs designed to remedy ED. The trouble with a lot of these is that they can come with a long list of side effects, including stomaches, headaches, dizziness, and even numbness – none of which are pleasant at any time, but especially not when you’re trying to increase your sex drive.
Not only this, but they offer very short-term results; the longest-lasting drugs endure for about two months at a time and require daily ingestion. Compare this to GainsWave, and you can see why it’s revolutionary for those with ED. If you are already on prescription medication, this treatment can actually improve the results!
Am I a Good Candidate for This Treatment?
Here at Tru-Male Medical, we’ve found that most men who are in good health but face frustration in the bedroom, whether that’s difficulty maintaining an erection or a lack of sex drive altogether, are good candidates for this treatment.
There is, however, a chance your ED is caused by something other than poor blood flow. If this turns out to be the case, we can suggest some different treatments more suitable for your condition. For example, we also offer Testosterone Replacement Therapy, which targets hormones rather than physical problems, so we may suggest this as an alternative. Your health – and the effectiveness of treatment – is our top priority.
What Causes ED?
The Aging Process
It can feel alarming and upsetting when, after experiencing sexual maturity, you start to lose the sensations and libido you once had. Going from constant erections without a problem to struggling to maintain one – or even losing interest in sex altogether – is likely an unwelcome change.
At around the age of 30, a man’s interest in and capacity for sex starts to decline. This is a natural part of aging as the body’s blood flow slows down and plaque begins to build up. This decline, however, can also be caused by psychological factors during this time – a focus on an advancing career or a growing family might mean you have less time and energy for your sex life. If you think the cause of your ED might be psychological rather than physical, it may be worth talking to a sexual health therapist.
As men reach middle-aged, the body is declining physically at a more rapid pace than ever before – so even though the stressors of finances and young kids and whatever else may have alleviated slightly, your body may not be up to the task of maintaining a full sex life. Chronic diseases and heart conditions become more prevalent at this age, as well as several other ailments that might require medication.
As mentioned above, ED can be caused by stress. But diet and exercise also often play a big part in how our sex drive functions – generally eating well and getting regular exercise lead to less lethargy and a healthier body, which is better for a consistent and vibrant sex life. Staying healthy puts you at a lower risk of developing medical conditions that can contribute to ED, such as type 2 diabetes.
You probably know that consuming a lot of alcohol in one go can impact one’s ability to get an erection, but did you know that drinking over a long period can lead to ED later in life? The same can be said for smoking, which is known to be damaging for blood flow and can lead to clogging.
Don’t Let Your Sexual Health Dictate Your Life Anymore
If you’re taking medication for ED, you can find you’re suddenly at the mercy of them – having to plan or schedule your sex based on when you’ve last taken a pill. It can be damaging to one’s confidence to feel like your ED requires constant attention and treatment, making you feel self-conscious and even distant from your partner. You shouldn’t have to rely on pills when there are alternative treatments available – and now, with GainsWave, there are.
The treatment gets to the root of your sexual health problems and physically deals with them. Now not only can you enjoy longer-lasting, satisfying erections that make your sex life more fulfilling, but you can do it on your own schedule and feel like you’re in control. That kind of confidence goes way beyond the bedroom – it feeds into your everyday life.
Schedule Your Consultation Today
Just because these issues are a natural part of aging, doesn’t mean you have to live with them and let them take over your life. If you want to solve your libido problems while avoiding surgery, implants, little blue pills, and whatever else, then GainsWave may be right for you. By breaking down plaque buildup and stimulating blood vessel growth, you’ll find your sex drive will be back and better than ever in no time. If you’re ready to change your life, schedule a consultation with us. Call Tru-Male Medical today to learn more.