Too many men treat their erection with over-the-counter medication leading to even worse symptoms than when they started. Many others have tried everything else to no avail, but there is a new way to treat ED, and you may be surprised to find out what it is–Botox!
Two recent studies show that Botox injections had positive results when treating ED. Botox is a toxin that causes muscle paralysis by blocking nerve signals from reaching targeted areas. It has been used for other purposes, like excessive sweating and eye twitches. Now, it seems that it has one more use, successfully treating ED.
- Episode Video
- Why Botox May Be Effective for ED
- Combining Botox with PRP for Stronger Effects
- Is Using Botox Safe
- Final Thoughts
Why Botox May Be Effective for ED
Botox works very similarly to Viagra (without the harmful side affects). It increases smooth muscle relaxation and also increases blood flow in the arteries. When these two elements combine, the penis can become engorged with more blood.
Because of the increased blood flow, the veins become constricted, and less blood leaks. So, in essence, you get a more firm erection and one that lasts longer.
Usually, the effects of Botox dissipate after 3 months, and then it needs to be reapplied. But studies have shown that Botox’s impact on the penis can last up to 6. This has led professionals to believe that it facilitates the parasympathetic nervous system's effects, which are responsible for causing an erection.
Combining Botox with PRP for Stronger Effects
When it comes to Botox and ED, the drug doesn’t necessarily need to be injected alone. Taking Botox in combination with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has shown increased blood flow and regenerated muscles in the penis.
PRP therapy is effective, safe, affordable, and convenient and has added benefits. One of the additional side effects of combing Botox and PRP seems to be growing on the penis by 1 centimeter when flaccid. It’s recommended to pump right after the Botox procedure because it brings more oxygen to the muscles.
Is Using Botox Safe
Most of us have probably seen Hollywood movies where characters inject too much botox and have stone faces. As a joke, they can’t move or feel their face, food falls out of their mouths, or they run into a wall, and the wall shadders.
While hilarious to see, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Botox is very safe and has shown little to no adverse side effects in the two decades its been used.
As a frame of reference, in a single procedure, only one bottle is used containing 100 units of the chemical. The lethal limit (LD50) has been estimated to be from 2,500 to 3,000.
If you're looking for a safe and effective way to treat erectile dysfunction, Botox may be the perfect option for you. Talk to your doctor about treatments and see if it’s right for you. If you want more information and resource, be sure to check out Dr. Truong's recommended penis pump: https://amzn.to/3KDO2rS
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