Intracavernous pharmacotherapy has a long and established record in successfully treating erectile dysfunction among men. It is first approved as a treatment before many of the common oral medications arose. In the recent years, ICP treatment continues to earn popularity especially for men suffering from medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and heart diseases who are often unable to take oral medications. It is a treatment of choice for a percentage of men experiencing side effects of such medication. Also, it is commonly recommended by most physicians for men suffering from premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. ICP treatment can help men maintain a firm erection even after climax, helping them in fully satisfying their partners during intercourse.
How does Intracavernous pharmacotherapy treatment work?
A normal erection is a result of an increase blood flow into the two arteries known as corpora cavernosa of the penis. When the penis is engorged with blood it becomes stiff and elongated for penetration. Oftentimes, men with erectile dysfunction are unable to get proper blood flow to the penis. Intracavernous pharmacotherapy treatment involves a small introduction of vasodilators into the spongy penile tissue. Vasodilators expand the arteries. Thus, allowing greater blood to flow to the penis, resulting to a strong and lasting erection. Physicians that use The Boston Method are able to adjust the levels of vasodilators for each patient depending on their medical condition. They earn great success even if other ed treatment options haven’t shown results.
What does it feel like?
ICP treatment results in a healthy, natural-feeling erection that can last up to 60 minutes with each treatment. One notable difference is that a ICP-induced erection subsides only after the medication wears off. Patients often report that the injection is nearly painless given that there are few nerve endings at the base of the penis. During the consultation, some men are even unaware that they have been administered treatment until afterward when the doctor told them.
What do Doctor’s say about Intracavernous pharmacotherapy treatment?
Intracavernous pharmacotherapy is well regarded by the physician society and is noted for its record of safety, quality, and highly-effective results. ICP treatment has seen a resurgent popularity in the last decade especially for men who are unable to take oral medications due to their medical condition or because of its side effects. As with any condition or treatment option, it is essential to consult to a qualified medical professional. For men’s sexual health concerns such as erectile dysfunction, physicians that use The Boston Method are some of the highly-regarded experts available at your service.