Treating Erectile Dysfunction with Umblical Cord Derived Stem Cells

Erectile dysfunction is defined as the inability to have an erection or maintain an erection sufficient enough to have a satisfying sexual activity

Causes of Erectile Dysfunction:
1.Vasculogenic (diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure
2.Hormonal (low testosterone, high estrogen or prolactin levels)
3.Neurologic
4.Trauma
5.Drugs, smoking, alcohol
6.Environmental (lead poisoning, organic solvents, pesticides )
7.Medications(antidepressants, anti-hypertension medications)
8.Psychological (depression, anxiety

Treatment options:
1.Life style modification (diet and exercise)
2.Treat underlying pathology (heart disease, diabetes etc…)
3.Hormonal treatment (testosterone, aromatase inhibitors etc…)
4.PDE5I
5.Penile Pump
6.Supplements (arginine, citrulline etc…)
7.PRP injections to penis (P-Shot)
8.Low Intensity Extra-Corporeal Shock Wave Therapy
When all fails Stem Cells are used to treat the ED

Stem cells are recommended and are seen as an innovative approach to treating ED because it’s an all-natural solution for repairing tissue damage that’s often linked to ED.

How does stem cell therapy help with ED?

Stem cells are your body’s own natural repair system. They are capable of dividing and generating new cells that rebuild and restore damaged tissue.

Stem cells obtained from donated umbilical cord tissue are the active type, and also multipotent, meaning they’re not restricted to one system and are instead capable of dividing and forming many different cell types to naturally repair and rebuild damaged tissue. When used for ED, they may help restore adequate blood flow and other functions required for a satisfactory erection.

Where do you get umbilical stem cells?

Umbilical cord stem cells come from tissue that’s normally destroyed as biological waste following the “cutting of the cord” after birth. Mom signs consent for the donation well before labor and delivery and undergoes testing to ensure her good health. The material is processed in a lab and preserved (frozen) in liquid nitrogen until ready for use.
AUTHOR
Dr. Anteneh Roba

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