Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)
Erectile dysfunction (impotence) is defined as the inability to obtain sufficient erection (hardening) for a successful sexual intercourse and / or the continuity of the unsustainable state, which lasts for 3 months. Erectile Dysfunction, while threatening the life of the patient as a structure, has a profound effect on physical and psychosocial health and affects the quality of life of patients negatively. Male and female sexual dysfunction plays an important role in the deterioration of relations among partners.
Erectile dysfunction is a serious medical problem that affects more than 150 million men and women all over the world. In our country, the incidence rate in men aged 40-70 is 69.2%. This rate differs according to the regions but it shows that 5.3 million people are affected in our country.
Reasons for Erectile Dysfunction
The problem can be psychological or organic. Organic causes are due to urological, endocrine disorders, vascular and neurogenic diseases. Factors leading to erectile dysfunction:
Coronary Artery Disease
Chronic renal failure
Chronic Liver Failure
|Neurological Diseases||Cerebrovascular disease
|Endocrine Diseases||Hyper and hypo thyroidism
|Penile Factors||Peyronie’s disease
SVF Stem Cell Therapy in Erectile Dysfunction
SVF stem cell therapy can improve the patient’s physical and emotional state, sleepiness, hormonal balance. It promotes circulatory problems, repair of arterial and venous vessels, stimulation of body regeneration (regeneration) capacity, as well as increased libido and sexual activity.
With stem cell therapy, 83% of the patients improved within 3 months and were able to return to their sexual lives. Treatment approach is based on correcting hormonal, vascular and neurological mechanisms.
In the treatment of erectile dysfunction, different treatment protocols combined with stem cells can be presented, if necessary, as a result of physician evaluation.
- Ching-Shwun Lin. Advances in Stem Cell Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction (Review Article). Advances in Andrology. 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/140618
- Albersen M. et al. Stem-cell therapy for erectile dysfunction. Arab. Journal of Urology. 2013;11, 237–244.
* Initiation of stem cell therapy is primarily a physician assessment and subsequent patient decision. DOKU BIOTECHNOLOGY is not a treatment practitioner. These results refer to the findings obtained as a result of scientific and clinical studies.