How ED Gets Worse With Time
Erectile dysfunction is a common issue in the United States. Mild to moderate ED affects approximately 10% of men per decade of life, 40% in their 40s, 50% in their 50s, 60% in their 60s and so on. A problem arises when men delay ED treatment, until they have what they consider to be severe symptoms.
The reality is that sexual performance is degenerative in nature, and the time to treat ED is as soon as symptoms are experienced.
ED Worsens over Time
Thinking of erectile dysfunction as a degenerative spectrum is more accurate than considering it a sudden condition. ED worsens as a man ages because:
Medical conditions that affect erections are more common with age.
Blood vessels narrow and weaken over time, making it difficult or impossible to achieve an erection.
Overall health, including weight gain can worsen as a man ages, negatively affecting the amount of blood flow required for an erection.
So while it may take time for a man to recognize the symptoms of ED and then another period of time before he considers the symptoms severe, the best time to take care of it is now. ED doesn’t usually get better on it’s own, it generally gets worse.
There is Restorative Hope
At Metro Men’s Health we use the most advanced technology available to repair, rebuild, and regrow blood vessels. Our treatment strengthens blood flow and increases sensitivity in the penis. Here’s how it works:
Focused shockwave technology treats ED on the cellular level by stimulating blood vessels.
It’s completely discreet and painless.
It’s effective. We’ve seen a success rate over 80% in our clinics.
Regardless of your age, or if you feel your ED is mild or severe our treatments can help. You have nothing to lose, if our treatment doesn’t work for you, we’ll refund your money or we'll strive to successfully adjust your protocol and continue your treatment free of charge.
Restore your sexual performance. We’ve seen incredible results in patients of all ages and all stages of ED. Give our experienced team a call today.