Introducing the solution
Eterna MD introduces the revolutionary Erectus Shot®. This natural male enhancement treatment uses Cell Assisted Technology and growth factors derived from your own body. The Erectus® Shot targets male enhancement by assisting in regeneration of the penile tissue to support a stronger sexual performance and erections and size. Functioning alongside your body’s own regenerative properties to increase erection quality and circulation to the penis, this treatment aims to support a healthier organ as an alternative to seeking other male enhancement medicines. Other advantages of the Erectus Shot® include the minimal to no downtime experienced post -treatment, along with being virtually painless. Little to no side effects are experienced as the treatment is autologous, meaning it is derived from your own body.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is defined by the inability to sustain a penile erection throughout sexual performance. According to the National Health and Social Life Survey (NHSLS), 10% of men reported being unable to maintain an erection. Erectile Dysfunction may result from (1) failure to initiate, (2) failure to fill, or (3) failure to store necessary blood volume within the lacunar network1. Although certain treatments like phosphodiesterase type V inhibitors are very effective, they are not able to re-establish functionality in all patients. The incidence of ED is higher in men with diabetes mellitus, heart disease, and hypertension. Often times, the drugs used to treat these conditions also affect ED.
AM I A
Any man experiencing a degree of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) may be a candidate for The Erectus Shot®. However, a thorough examination by a physician is mandatory in order to identify the reason and severity of the Erectile Dysfunction.
HOW IT CAN HELP YOU
You can expect your sexual functioning to improve as your ability to have and maintain an erection long enough to perform adequately during sex, will not only lead to an improvement in your relationship with your partner
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