Amnion for ED
Left untreated, the physical frustrations of living with erectile dysfunction can quickly turn emotionally stressful as well, with men often reporting relationship and related issues.
What causes ED? There are myriad factors, both mental and physical, that may contribute to your erectile dysfunction symptoms. Some of the most common impotence causes include diabetes, stress, hypertension, prostate problems, low testosterone and obesity, which can not only put a damper on your sexual enjoyment, but play a key role in your total male vitality, too. (Even medications that are often prescribed to control some of the aforementioned issues can be behind some of the frustrating symptoms of ED.) There are additional factors like depression, stress and anxiety that can leave you longing for your glory days, and the coping mechanisms like alcohol and tobacco that can make intimacy in bed less satisfying for you and your partner.
Therapies that target the pathophysiology of ED to halt progression are not currently available. However, Amniotic Fluid (AF) therapy could fill this therapeutic void. Regenerative cells from AF can reduce inflammation, prevent fibrosis, promote angiogenesis, recruit endogenous progenitor cells, and differentiate to replace damaged cells. Adult multipotent cell therapy, in particular, has shown promise in case reports and preclinical animal studies.
One recent finding involves giving men an injection of amniotic fluid (derived from the placenta's stem cells) into the penis. The fist men to undergo such treatment were able to see significant improvement in their sexual performance. The study that found this was published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association (January 2016 issue).
Amnion uses Amniotic Fluid (AF), a biological therapy that is not a drug or synthetic, which means the negative side effects are limited, if not eliminated. A broad overview of how it works is AF cells go into the penis chamber responsible for giving men an erection (corpora cavernosum) and are able to re-build/repair/grow healthier blood vessels, tissues, and result in better function that was once there but now lost. Besides the mesenchymal cells, the injection that seems to be curing erectile dysfunction also includes growth factors that return full function.
For men that are impotent as a result of physical reasons involving their penis (cardiovascular disease, penis chamber damage, anything that affects blood flow) this will assist. This procedure helps men re-build and restore functionality instead of a chemical that makes blood vessels widen.