Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Latest In Boner Technology

Treating men's sexual health has become big business. We have another new clinic here - this one doing television ads and multiple billboards around town. They do Testosterone Replacement Therapy with a new implant that is supposed to last several months. These places do amazing things, but try - just try - to get your regular physician to refer you to one. Or your insurance to approve it.

It's great that the medical community is waking up to erectile functioning as an important health issue. Sad that a typical urologist is so far behind in developing treatments to help overcome the problem because it takes too long for the insurance industry to catch up. But, as the clinic here states in its TV ad, "Your problem is nothing to be embarrassed about."
The majority of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is caused by a lack of blood flow. These Men's Sexual Health Clinics have the latest in boner technology, such as sound wave vibration. This is a non-invasive treatment which is being used post-prostatectomy. 
 It's now being used for treating ED in an effort to cut back on typical chemical treatments. The instrument is run along the penis - the whole penis; from root to just below the head. Vibrations help to open up and stimulate the blood vessels.



Remember there is no such thing as an awkward boner. If the treatment is working, chances are you'll get a hard-on while on the table. Well, that's exactly why you're there, right? For help to get your cock to stand up? This is a time when getting a boner in the doctor's office is cause for celebration.

Your overall health relies on your sexual health.

Stop allowing embarrassment keep you from sexual health. 


13 comments:

Xersex said...

what sexy pics!

French Patrick said...

It is (maybe) today that you should have made your yesterday's update, and yesterday that you should have made your today's update, because today is the Naturism's World Day (all across the northern hemisphere).

It is in June, 2006 that the first Naturism's World Day was organized. At that time, the International Naturist Federation wished to make the philosophy of the naturism known by a very wide public. To speak about a philosophy about this lifestyle could bring a smile to the laymen's faces, but if we refer to the history of the naturism we fast realize that this movement advocates a number of values as the return to nature, the respect for self and others.

Love, hugs and bisous, my darlings Jean and Pat.

French Patrick said...

Postscript:
You may be interested to use this link,
http://www.inffni.org/
Especially by its tab "Clubs/Resorts".
http://www.inffni.org/Home/Clubs-Resorts/North-America
Bisous.

SickoRicko said...

Excellent and very informative post!

Taotrojan said...

Hi bro and thxs for the visite. A shame that bro,s let it get so far. If educated at a younger age this can prevent these sort of thing,s.

Patrick said...

Great to know that medicine and technology are doing so much for men's problems. Thanks for your comments. Cold and raining here!

AOM SoulFood said...

Good info to know - Thanks for all the important issues you highlight. I hope you and yours are doing well, bro. Wishing you a delicious summer day. Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

Dennis said...

You are correct in that most ED problems are lack of appropriate blood flow. I would be interested to see the science behind this new "sound therapy" because it, on the surface, sounds just like the usual mumbo-jumbo of the conman.

However, many "clinics" and TV gimmicks seem to want to treat this as a testosterone issue. This is also true of those seeking to build muscles.
At least according to my information, if your own testes are producing testosterone correctly, replacement therapy should never be used. Such causes the testes to actually shrink.

If my info is incorrect, please direct me to better info.

Jean WM said...

Thanks to you Pat and to all the other folks on here for educating us. There was an adv on TV today for treatment of Peyronie's condition and I actually knew what it is.

Hugs and bisous to dear French Patrick.

whkattk said...

@ Dennis - I think vibration therapy is still being tested for approval by the FDA. But initial results "look promising."

Yep, you are correct that use of T when you don't need it actually shrinks the balls.

whkattk said...

@ Jean - I saw a Peyronies commercial here and thought I'd imagined things! But I sure am glad someone has figured out a way to let guys know via mass media marketing that there is help. :-)

Anonymous said...

Another thing is just ischemic ED. From the Greek for "dam", ischemic disorders are characterized by blockages of blood. And having one can actually indicate a greater risk of developing another, such as heart attack or stroke.

whkattk said...

@ Anon - Thanks for that tidbit of info - I didn't know that!