Erectile dysfunction — the inability to get or maintain an erection firm enough for sex — is common in men who have diabetes, especially those with type 2 diabetes. It can result from damage to nerves and blood vessels caused by poor long-term blood sugar control. Erectile dysfunction can also be linked to other conditions common in men with diabetes, such as high blood pressure, heart disease and use of certain medications. Having erectile dysfunction can be a real challenge. It can leave you and your partner feeling frustrated and discouraged. Take steps to get your sex life back on track. Many men are reluctant to discuss erectile dysfunction with their doctors. But don't let embarrassment keep you from getting help. One small conversation can make a big difference.
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With the emergence of clinical genetics and stem cell research, therapies have become available other than medications. These include the use of growth factors extracted from your own blood and amniotic fluids, effective in the treatment of such medical conditions as inflammation, injuries, hair loss, aging skin, arthritis, neuropathy, diabetes and age-related sexual dysfunction in both men and women. PRP P-Shot (platelet-rich plasma), Amnion injection and Shockwaves all target the activation of damaged cells, and the genetic and metabolic processes necessary for repair and restoration. They are successfully used to treat Erectile Dysfunction, a condition once considered untreatable. These innovative therapies are costly and not yet covered by insurance, but are slowly becoming more and more available to the general population. They are performed by medical doctors trained in these procedures and advanced technologies.
Dr. Brouk is Men's Health expert successfully employing a unique protocol that consists of a combination of tools and modalities to treat and manage your Diabetes and Diabetes-related Erectile Dysfunction.
Please contact Dr. Alla Brouk, MD Englewood, NJ and Queens, NY Offices with inquires and for appointments online and by phone (646) 494-3572.