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WHAT I EXPERIENCED: a painless vibrating sensation, followed by nearly two months of nighttime erections as if I were 15 years old all over again.”

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“Baratta is one of those patients who is happy with the results of shockwave therapy. ‘I’m telling you, it’s pretty amazing,” he said. “My experience is one day no and two days later, wow.’”

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“The treatment uses sound waves to open small blood vessels in the penis, removing plaque build-up and allowing for more blood flow.

It also encourages NEW BLOOD VESSEL and stem cell growth that CAN RESTORE FUNCTION.

‘It’s actually curing the problem rather than just treating it,’ Dr. Savage told Daily Mail.”

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“As of the time of writing this, it has been two weeks since I had the treatment done and I can confirm that my erections have been fuller, more frequent, have had better lasting power, and my orgasms have been noticeably more intense. I’ve also noticed a decreased recovery time between my orgasms (aka refractory period).

Multiple times I have woken up with nocturnal erections (and morning wood) that are fuller than I’ve had since I was a teenager (and probably even better). And I’m talking fuller to the point where I’ve literally had the thought, ‘If my penis stayed this hard for a full hour, it might do damage.’

(Three month update: I felt even stronger positive effects from the treatment 4-8 weeks after I had it done. More frequent morning erections, quicker/stronger erections in general, and more sexual pleasure overall. I have zero regrets, and will definitely be doing it again in the near future.)”

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“Unlike other treatments, the GAINSWave® Protocol addresses the actual cause of the problem and not just the symptoms.  Low intensity acoustical wave therapy has now been accepted by the European Association of Urology (FAU) as the ‘GOLD STANDARD FOR THE TREATMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION’.’”

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“That’s why scientists have been continually searching for other methods to treat erectile dysfunction. One that seems promising? Shockwave therapy.”

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“New Research has found that sending shock waves through the penis could successfully treat problems like ED.”

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“One crucial, potential benefit of wave therapy?  Unlike oral medications such as Viagra, Dr. Campbell explained, wave therapy could ACTUALLY TREAT THE CAUSE OF THE PROBLEM – NOT JUST ITS SYMPTOMS.”

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“In some people with kidney stones, low-intensity soundwave therapy (LIST) breaks them up.  And in some heart disease and fractures, LIST coaxes the body to produce new blood vessels that help with healing.  Recently, this latter effect has been shown to improve erections in some men with Erectile Dysfunction (ED). The new vessels bring more blood into the penis, which helps with erections.  LIST IS THE FIRST NEW THERAPY FOR ED SINCE VIAGRA’S APPROVAL 20 YEARS AGO.”

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“Dr. Tan said, ‘I have treated more than 500 cases and I can safely say they have all seen some level of improvement, some more than others.’”

“Dr. Vijay Sangar, M.D. said: ‘It uses shockwaves to produce chemical signals in the penis which can help new blood vessels form.  This can rectify the reduced blood flow caused by disease such as that similar to coronary artery disease. In fact this technology has been used in patients with heart disease.’

Extracorporeal wave therapy tends to be successful for 70% of men with ED and can boost their erections for up to two years.”