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Learn the answers to the most frequently asked question about Pulse Wave Therapy for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in Louisville.
Can I feel a shock during Pulse Wave Therapy?
No. Pulse Wave Therapy is more of a sound wave but not an electric shock. This means that you won’t feel a thing during the therapy. However, due to the increase in blood flow, you could experience a mild tingling thereafter.
Is erectile dysfunction Pulse Wave Therapy safe?
Yes. It has successfully been used in other fields such as cardiology where cardiologists apply this treatment to improve the flow of blood to the heart. ED acoustic wave doesn’t require medication, no recovery period afterward, no side effects and therefore, is safe.
How long does it take for the treatment to address impotency?
Normally, men suffering from ED regain healthy sexual function in two weeks where they erect naturally after a sexual arousal without using PDE inhibitors.
How many treatments does it take?
Based on your condition, our doctors will give you a comprehensive treatment protocol comprising of various treatments.
How long do the results last?
There is no specific period for the results to last, but most men achieve and maintain an enhanced erection up to one year. However, don’t be discouraged as Pulse Wave Therapy is safe and you can go back to your doctor for additional treatment anytime you feel the need.