Men’s Health

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can be lifechanging and affects any man at any time, causing fear, embarrassment, hopelessness, and loneliness. Surprisingly, 50% of men aged 40 to 70 experience some form of ED, yet men tend to suffer in silence compared to women who openly discuss medical conditions.

A ground-breaking treatment called Extra Corporeal Focused Shockwave therapy, supported by Extracorporeal Electromagnetic Transduction therapy, is revolutionizing how men perceive ED. This erectile dysfunction treatment targets the vascular system, enabling the penis to receive more blood during arousal, resulting in longer, harder, and more solid erections.

By creating new blood vessels and regenerating existing ones, focused shockwave therapy improves the health of nerves and surrounding tissues, allowing men to experience more youthful sexual performance. You can find out more about shockwave therapy for ed by following the link.

Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s Disease (PD) is a devastating condition that can develop suddenly or gradually without an apparent cause. It results in a bent and deformed penis upon erection, taking different shapes like a banana, boomerang, hourglass, hammerhead, corkscrew, or indented. This condition leads to further side effects such as pain, fibrous plaque formation, narrowing of the girth, and restricted blood supply. The fibrous plaque forms in the inner lining of the penis (tunica albuginea).

MansMatters, use advanced technologies at their Peyronie’s disease clinic, including extracorporeal focused shockwave and Magneto transduction therapy, originally designed for breaking kidney stones but adapted for treating this sensitive area. These treatments, combined with sophisticated devices and oral/topical medication, help reshape the penis and straighten the curvature without painful surgery or reducing penile sensitivity or length. This enables numerous patients to rediscover a healthy and pain-free sex life.

Premature Ejaculation

Premature Ejaculation (PE) significantly impacts men’s sexual experiences and overall well-being. Some experts define PE as ejaculating between one and three minutes of penetrative sex, but many men face more severe cases, ejaculating within seconds or even before penetration.

PE is a common sexual disorder affecting up to 40% of men during their lifetime. It causes distress, anxiety, and a sense of inadequacy, leading to decreased self-esteem and sexual confidence. It can strain relationships and cause emotional turmoil for both men and their partners.

The MansMatters treatment approach aims to restore simultaneous climax, enhancing sexual satisfaction for partners. Unfortunately, many men suffer in silence, avoiding relationships due to fear and shame associated with PE.

More men seek counselling for PE than any other sexual health condition, highlighting the need for effective solutions. However, it’s essential to be cautious of gimmicky solutions flooding the internet, as they often don’t provide lasting results.

Mansmatters, the leading non-invasive men’s sexual health clinic in Europe, offers a ground-breaking program for PE. Their innovative approach focuses on training pelvic floor muscles and nerves to regain control over the ejaculatory reflex, enhancing pleasure during intercourse.

The cutting-edge technology that is used by MansMatters allows you to perform 28,500 pelvic floor exercises in just a 30-minute session, strengthening often-overlooked muscle groups and harmonizing the nervous system. This empowers you to take charge of your erections and ability to climax without discomfort or pain.

Prostate Cancer Treatment

Prostate cancer survival rates in the UK have significantly improved, with the ten-year survival rate now over 85%, a remarkable increase from around 35% a few decades ago.

Prostate cancer remains the most common cancer in men, with over 57,000 new cases diagnosed annually in the UK. Treatment options often include radiotherapy or surgery, but these can lead to life-changing side effects, such as impotence and incontinence.

Despite the high survival rates following prostate surgery, the focus in the NHS is on the procedure itself rather than post-surgery support. Many men experience side effects, with erectile dysfunction affecting up to 80% of patients and long-term incontinence affecting 10-20%.

Advancements in screening and early detection, along with improved treatment options, have contributed to better prostate cancer survival rates. Techniques like nerve-sparing surgery have also helped minimize side effects, such as erectile dysfunction, thereby improving the quality of life for prostate cancer survivors.

One of the most significant challenges men with prostate cancer face post-surgery is its impact on their sex lives and relationships. The prostate gland plays a crucial role in male sexual function, and its removal can lead to sexual problems like erectile dysfunction, decreased sexual desire, and difficulty achieving orgasm.

For men in committed relationships, these sexual issues can be particularly challenging, affecting intimacy and causing feelings of frustration, shame, and anxiety. Many men may find it difficult to discuss these issues with their partners or healthcare providers, hindering their access to appropriate support and treatment.

Apart from the emotional and physical impacts on sexual function, prostate cancer surgery can also result in urinary incontinence and bowel dysfunction, further affecting a man’s quality of life and relationships.

While researchers don’t fully understand all the functions of the prostate gland, they know it plays vital roles in both sexual and urinary function. Its removal during surgery can significantly affect a man’s ability to have and maintain an erection, as the nerves and blood vessels responsible for sexual function are often affected.

Sexual Boost – Supercharge Your Erections

As we age, our sexual experiences may become less effortless than in our youth. While not experiencing severe erectile problems, satisfactory sex may not feel as exciting as it used to be, leaving us longing to recapture that feeling of being a ‘hot-blooded male.’

Mansmatters, a pioneering UK clinic, offers a breakthrough treatment that may wind back the sexual years for many clients. The treatment combines Extracorporeal Focused Shockwave Therapy and Electromagnetic Transduction Therapy (EMTT), targeting the very essence of how you gain and maintain an erection. By increasing blood vessels in the penis and creating more effective nerve tissues, the treatment promises heightened arousal and longer, harder, and more solid erections on demand.

In order to achieve an erection, up to twenty times more blood rushes into the penis through blood vessels and is trapped there by a complex system of valves, rendering the penis rock solid. However, with age, some blood vessels become blocked, wither, or get damaged. As a result, the amount of blood rushing into the penis decreases, causing erections to become less hard and effective. This can lead to worries about a decline in sexual ability in the future.

While medications such as ‘little blue pills’ temporarily widen blood vessels, allowing more blood into the penis, they do not repair or increase blood vessels or nerve tissues. Over time, the body becomes less responsive, which can eventually lead to sexual problems and erectile dysfunction.

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