LaSara Medical Group believes that patients experiencing a true vascular disorder should always be treated with low intensity focused shock wave therapy as this provides a man a proven path back to having a natural and normal sex life. With that said, for the patients who prefer to be treated with medication, intracavernous injection therapy is often the preferred treatment with better results than Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra.
Intracavernous injection therapy is the process whereby a small amount of medication is injected into the spongy tissue of the penis, using an auto-applicator. There is minimal discomfort and we train our patients on how to do it safely and with highly predictable results.
The medication typically includes three different ingredients that are vasodilators which cause an expansion in the penile arteries and penile tissue. As a result, there is increased blood flow to the penis. An erection typically develops within 5-15 minutes. Patients who prefer this type of treatment typically experience a 95% success rate in achieving an erection that is full and strong enough for intercourse.
At LaSara Medical Group, we provide a 100% money back guarantee if we cannot find a formula that produces a strong erection.
Does it hurt?
For most men, it is painless. For others, there is mild discomfort. LaSara Medical Group’s staff takes a detailed approach in providing instruction on how to inject and where to inject the medication. When applied appropriately, the injection feels at most like a mosquito bite. Most men are anxious about trying it, but after receiving a test dose they see that it’s a simple process and easily manageable.
How long will the erection last?
The erection typically lasts for 30-75 minutes. The penis will also remain erect after ejaculation but will subside as the medication wears off.
Is it safe?
Yes, injection therapy has been used for several decades and has proven to be a great option for those who do not react to Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra. Since the medication is localized to the penis, side effects throughout the body are very rare, unlike oral ED medication (Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra).
Are there side effects?
There are rare cases of prolonged erections in which an antidote is required to bring the erection down. LaSara Medical Group’s staff approaches injection therapy conservatively so as to avoid this type of reaction. To date, all of our clinic’s injection therapy patients have had success without any prolonged side effects.
Who is a candidate for injection therapy?
If you are experiencing erectile dysfunction and are unable to achieve an erection naturally, then you are a candidate for injection therapy. During your new patient consultation, our doctor will provide a complete medical analysis to determine if injection therapy is safe for you.
Additionally, patients who experience premature ejaculation and would like to last longer are candidates for injection therapy.
How do I get started?
First, you must come into our clinic for an evaluation. You will receive a test dose on the same day. During the visit, we will evaluate the erection produced from the medication and determine what would be best for you to use when in the comfort of your own home. From here, our doctor would prescribe you a custom formula and you will be trained on how to safely inject yourself.
If you’d like to learn more, then give LaSara Medical Group a call and we can set you up for a new patient consultation.