Our physicians have treated over 20,000 patients to date.
The majority of our patients will be able to have successful intercourse from the first day of their treatment.
Our treatment protocol is not limited to just prescribing medication but aims to provide an individualized treatment plan, that will eventually cure sexual dysfunctions.
We have pioneered several surgical techniques that provide a final treatment for sexual dysfunctions.
Erectile dysfunction, often referred to as ED, is the inability to achieve and sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse.
The prevalence of erectile dysfunction increases with age and it is expected that around 20% of men will face erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives. It is important to note that erectile dysfunction is not an inevitable symptom of aging and can be treated at any age as long as the patient seeks treatment from experienced medical professionals.
Key Facts About Erectile Dysfunction:
- Erectile dysfunction affects 1 in 5 men
- Although prevalence increases with age, it can affect men of all ages
- All types of erectile dysfunction are treatable and at any age
- Erectile dysfunction is often a precursor of heart disease
- The earlier a patient treats his erectile dysfunction, the better his treatment outcomes will be
Men with severe erectile dysfunction, for whom medication doesn’t work, can have a penile implant operation, lasting around one hour on a day-care basis, which will allow them to achieve erections on demand with the same quality as those of men in their early-20s.” For those reluctant to have an operation, there’s a whole new generation of treatments that aim to rejuvenate a man’s natural erection mechanism such as shockwave and penile injections.
Premature Ejaculation is the most common sexual dysfunction that affects around 30% of men irrespective of age.
From a medical perspective in order for a patient to be classified as suffering from premature ejaculation he must exhibit the following:
- Ejaculation always or almost always occurs before or within one minute after penile penetration.
- Loss of control over ejaculation – Inability to delay ejaculation before or after penetration
- Negative personal consequences and feelings, which might lead to avoidance of sexual activity
In practice, any man that feels that he ejaculates too soon and this prevents him and his partner from enjoying sexual activity then he might be considered to suffer from premature ejaculation. Every couple has different preferences but it is important to know that the average ejaculation time, is 7 minutes after arousal and erection.
Our experienced doctors, will identify which of the treatment options have the highest probability of success for the individual patient and will then design a short-term treatment plan (usually lasting two months).
Premature ejaculation is treatable as long as the patient follows a medically supervised treatment regime that will allow him to achieve long term benefits.
Many men with type 2 diabetes will have a condition known as hypogonadism, where the testes produce few or no hormones.
Hypogonadism is diagnosed when there are:
- symptoms such as loss of libido, loss of morning erection, impotence, weight gain around the middle, decrease in muscle mass, fatigue, hot flushes, decreased motivation and self-confidence, and
- evidence of low morning testosterone levels
The testosterone deficiency experienced in hypogonadism is abnormal and often has an identifiable cause.
In other words, it is not just a normal age-related change and patient will be offered a testosterone treatment to correct the hormone deficiency, and relieve the symptoms.