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Men: Treat Your Erectile Dysfunction With Dr. Moma's Proven Therapeutic Services

According to the National Institutes of Health, 30 million men experience the detrimental health and psychological effects of erectile dysfunction (often abbreviated as ED).

One of the most prevalent causes of ED in men is low testosterone levels – sometimes called "low T." Medically, low testosterone is known as hypogonadism.

The important thing to understand is that, although the condition is common, there's nothing normal or unavoidable about ED. With the right therapy or combination of therapies, ED is highly treatable.

Here, we'll survey two such therapies that Dr. Moma offers men who visit her elite Colorado Springs clinic:

In addition to treating ED, these therapies also offer men other health benefits that we'll discuss.

Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for erectile dysfunction

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone, and accordingly has an enormous impact on men's sexual health throughout their lifetimes.

Men lose, on average, 1% of their circulating testosterone each year of life after levels are highest in the teenage years.

Thanks to modern medicine, men don't need to accept lower testosterone levels and the negative health consequences that come with them, including erectile dysfunction.

TRT boosts testosterone levels by introducing a synthetic, bioactive form of testosterone that works the exact same way in the body as naturally-produced testosterone.

TRT is one of the go-to therapies to treat erectile dysfunction in men, as there is a long track record of success showing it improves the condition in men who have low T:

"In men with low testosterone, 'normalizing' testosterone levels has multiple benefits, most notably improved libido and improved erectile function when used as monotherapy."

In addition to treating ED, enhancing testosterone counts with TRT also provides other benefits such as:

PT-141 (peptide) therapy for treating erectile dysfunction in men

PT-141 (also called bremelanotide) is a powerful peptide hormone that enhances desire, arousal, and satisfaction with sex by increasing blood flow to the penis.

Clinical lab work has proven that PT-141 induces harder, longer-lasting erections in both men with and without erectile dysfunction:

"Administration of PT-141 to normal men and to patients with erectile dysfunction resulted in a rapid dose-dependent increase in erectile activity. The results suggest that PT-141 holds promise as a new treatment for sexual dysfunction."

Who benefits most from TRT and peptide therapy?

Both PT-141 and TRT have been shown, based on the clinical literature we've cited above, to work in cases where more conventional treatment using PDE5 inhibitors (a class of drugs including Viagra and Cialis that boost blood flow to the penis) fails to produce results.

If you are a man who has battled ED, and tried and failed to treat the condition using a PDE5 inhibitor, you might be an excellent candidate for TRT and/or peptide therapy.

Schedule TRT/peptide therapy today, available at Dr. Moma's elite Colorado Springs clinic

To learn more about how TRT and peptide therapy treats ED while enhancing libido and energy levels, and to schedule your own outpatient procedure, contact Dr. Sylvienash Moma, DNP.

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