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Erectile Dysfunction Treatment in Kissimmee, FL

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About ED

Men in the Kissimmee, FL area that are experiencing erectile dysfunction should know that there is help to treat and improve this common condition. Sometimes referred to as “impotence,” ED is the repeated inability to keep, or in some cases, achieve an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. Beautiful Orlando Spa and Cosmetic offers several treatment options for men who have erectile dysfunction. 

Causes of ED

Erectile dysfunction can be caused by a number of factors, including physical, chemical, or psychological. The condition is most commonly linked to smoking, alcoholism, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, low testosterone, steroid use, age, stress, and anxiety. Approximately 70% of all erectile dysfunction cases are linked to chronic illness, such as MS, kidney disease, diabetes, neurological disease, etc. Depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and other psychological factors also play a significant role in ED, accounting for about 20% of cases. In addition to physical elements, ED can be overwhelming and cause emotional stress for men. 

surgical/nonsurgical options 

Dr. Sabharwal, our Board Certified Urologist, will conduct a thorough examination at the Kissimme, FL office and recommend an appropriate treatment plan which may include non-surgical options such as -

  • Viagra
  • Levitra
  • Cialis
  • Testosterone Replacement
  • Lower Elevated Estradiol
  • Vacuum Erection Device

Lifestyle changes and behavior therapy may also be incorporated to see if improvements can be achieved, which usually is aimed at lessening anxiety as it pertains to sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction is rather common and Dr. Sabharwal may also recommend surgical options such as -

  • Penile Implant
  • Adipose Cell Transplant

The AMS Penile Prosthesis

AMS Penile Prosthesis

AMS is a world leader and reputable manufacturer of penile prostheses for men that come in a variety of styles, shapes, and functionality depending on the severity of the case. These devices are either malleable (bendable) or inflatable, with the simplest type of prosthesis consisting of a pair of malleable rods that are surgically implanted within the erection chambers of the penis. With this type of implant, the penis is always semi-rigid and merely needs to be lifted or adjusted into the erect position to initiate sex. Today, many choose a hydraulic, inflatable prosthesis that allows a man to have an erection whenever he chooses and is much easier to conceal. It is also more natural.

A penile implant is usually indicated when there is a clear medical cause for ED, and when the problem is unlikely to resolve or improve naturally or if other medical treatments have failed or are unsatisfactory. Sometimes a penile prosthesis is implanted during surgery to reconstruct the penis when scarring has caused erections to curve (known as Peyronie’s disease). The inflatable penile prosthesis consists of two attached cylinders: a reservoir and a pump, which are surgically placed in the body. The two cylinders are inserted in the penis and connected by tubing to a separate reservoir of fluid. The reservoir is implanted under the groin muscles. A pump is also connected to the system and sits under the loose skin of the scrotal sac between the testicles. This penile prosthesis is referred to as a three-piece inflatable penile prosthesis due to the three different components. A two-piece inflatable penile prosthesis consists of only two components: the attached cylinders and the combined reservoir and pump unit. Instead of the reservoir being placed behind the groin, it is combined with the pump into one housing unit that fits comfortably within the scrotum. The advantage of a two-piece prosthesis is that the surgery is shorter and less complicated with no device parts in the abdomen. The disadvantage of the two-piece prosthesis is that the smaller reservoir may not result in adequate erections in some men.

To inflate the prosthesis, the man presses on the pump. The pump transfers fluid from the reservoir to the cylinders in the penis, inflating them and causing an erection. Pressing on a deflation valve at the base of the pump returns the fluid to the reservoir, deflating the penis and returning it to the normal flaccid state.

Is the Implant Noticeable?
While men who have had the prosthesis surgery can see the small surgical scar where the bottom of the penis meets the scrotal sac, other people probably will be unable to tell that a man has an inflatable penile prosthesis. Most men would not be embarrassed in a locker room or public restroom, for example.

Sex and the AMS Implant

What Is Sex Like With The Implant?
When the penis is inflated, the prosthesis makes the penis stiff and thick, similar to a natural erection. Most men rate the erection as shorter than their normal erection; however, newer models have cylinders that may increase the length, thickness, and stiffness of the penis. A penile prosthesis does not change sensation on the skin of the penis or a man’s ability to reach orgasm. Ejaculation is not affected. Once a penile prosthesis is put in, however, it may destroy the natural erection reflex. Men usually cannot get an erection without inflating the implant. If the implant is removed, the man may never again have natural erections. Dr. Sabharwal will take a careful history and perform a physical examination to determine if you are a candidate for penile implant surgery. During this exam, Dr. Sabharwal will attempt to determine the cause of your ED, as well as whether there are any co-existing problems such as loss of desire, inability to ejaculate, or premature ejaculation. Dr. Sabharwal will also assess the length, stretchability, and overall condition of your penis.

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If you are deemed an appropriate candidate and decide to have penile implant surgery, you will receive an extensive list of preoperative instructions, including what medications you can and cannot take in the days leading up to your implant surgery. Dr. Sabharwal will also give you a list of instructions to follow after your penile implant surgery. This postoperative instruction list may include taking antibiotics to prevent infection and wearing loose-fitting underwear and clothing.

If you experience the symptoms of erectile dysfunction and are ready to seek help, we invite you to call our Orlando, FL office to learn more about the treatments we offer.

harvested cell FAQs for ed

What does adipose cell treatment for erectile dysfunction involve?
It is important to note that these harvested adipose cells are undifferentiated cells that have the unique ability to regenerate into other new cells and repair damaged body tissues and are sometimes known as stem cells. They possess tissue reparative and regenerative characteristics. This means that when these cells are collected from the patient’s own body and subsequently transferred into the area of treatment, they have the ability to restore the normal and natural sexual function of the body.

Who is an ideal candidate for harvested cell treatment for erectile dysfunction?
This is an all-natural treatment that only uses your own blood components to help initiate the growth and repair of damaged tissues around the penile region. This is a clear indication that this unique treatment is highly recommended for all males who are currently experiencing problems with erectile dysfunction. And bearing in mind that the these cells are filled with growth factors, this treatment can also help enhance the size of the penis to some degree.

What are the potential benefits of adipose cell transplant for erectile dysfunction?
This is typically an all-action type of treatment for erectile dysfunction that brings on board a number of potential benefits. Not only does it help to solve erectile dysfunction problem permanently, but equally has the potential to boost your sexual stamina, endurance, and vigor! You’ll be in a great position to satisfy the sexual needs of your partner, make your relationship stronger and boost your self-esteem as well!

How is the adipose cell transplant for erectile dysfunction performed?
During the procedure, Dr. Sabharwal will first extract fat cells from the patient’s belly. Using a high-end medical machine, the harvested cells are carefully isolated from the fat samples. As well as other unwanted impurities. Once this has been accomplished, the remaining extract is artistically and carefully injected into the base of the penis where they will immediately begin to reverse and restore full sexual function.

Contact our office in Kissimmee, FL to learn more about this ED treatment.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.