Q&A about Erectile Dysfunction

General 26 March 2019 |
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Q1 – I am 41, am I too young to struggle with ED?

By age 40, 40% of men struggle with not being able to get and maintain an erection. The 2 most common causes are:
  1. Low testosterone
  2. Underlying medical problems
Clearly having a problem is not weird. Not doing anything about it …that is weird. Let us help reduce the stress and guesswork.


 
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Q2 – Is Erectile Dysfunction preventable?

Age is just one of many risk factors that may contribute to ED. The top 5 risk factors are:
  1. Hormone imbalance
  2. Medical problems
  3. Medications
  4. Unhealthy diet
  5. Poor circulation
Most of these risk factors are preventable or reversible with making healthy changes. Let us help.
 


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Q3 –Headache Again?

Your sex drive can change after having children or when entering menopause. Unfortunately, many women suffer in silence despite effective solutions:
  1. Hormone rebalancing
  2. O-shot
  3. Energy-based devices
No, it’s not weird or abnormal for a woman to have a low sex drive. Stop doubting yourself and do something about it!


 
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Q4 – Love being Leak Free!

You probably aren’t the only person in your gym class worried about bladder leaks. 1 in 3 women between 18 and 60 years of age experience stress incontinence. Regaining full bladder control is possible without medication through
  1. Kegel exercises
  2. O-shot
  3. Energy-based devices
Don’t let bladder leakage ruin your resolution to get fit.