Surprised I’ve never seen any mention of this, but a recent treatment for ED using shockwaves (acoustic sounds, basically vibrations) to “break up fibrosis/calcification, and return normal bloodflow,” seems like it could help.
it’s obviously very “snake-oily” but the few scientific studies on shockwave therapy have actually been very positive, and they are being offered alongside the P-Shot now, as a method with similar efficiency.
Honestly, I’m skeptical, but as many here would, I would give it a try. Here’s a link: https://www.practiceupdate.com/content/shockwave-therapy-for-erectile-dysfunction/75461
there’s a few more studies I’ve read that are all positive, and one saying that it’s not much more effective than placebo. However, it’s claimed to help with vascular related ED the most, which, I’m fairly certain is my problem, along with many others. PDE5’s already help, and if this method just offered even a boost to the PDE5’s, I’d probably be in a pre fin state, sexually.
Worth looking into. Anyone have any experience?