Speak With A Men's Health Advisor
For many men, thinking about sex begins at a very early age and last well into their senior years. Regardless of your gender or sexual orientation, periodic sexual health checkups and wellness screenings are essential for optimal sexual performance. NJ GAINSWave offers cutting-edge treatment options for erectile dysfunction, Peyronie's disease, and poor sexual performance in the bedroom as well as enhancement of penis length and girth. These non-surgical treatments are individualized to help each patient revitalize their penis for sexual enhancement with improved sensitivity. We also offer P-shots for men, who no longer respond to oral ED medications, as well as to boost the "action potential" of multiple therapies.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Men's Sexual Health
What if I Just Don't Feel Turned On?
A lack of sexual desire and a lack of sexual arousal often occur together. Fortunately, our individualized treatment options allow NJ GAINSWave to personalize therapies to address each aspect in order to optimize sexual performance. Low libido can have multiple causes, such as lack of sleep, low thyroid hormone, physical fatigue, low testosterone hormone (Low-T), an onset of chronic disease or an acute illness, emotional issues with a partner, and the list goes on. Nonetheless, seeking the advice of a men's sexual health professional has a much higher success rate than ignoring the fact that a problem exists.
When Should I Reach My Sexual Peak?
Around eighteen years of age a male reaches his physical sexual peak. That number is somewhat misleading, as few teenagers have the physiological development for peak sexual performance. Being horny and having good sexual performance do not always correlate. The latest research on male sexual performance suggests there are no reasons linked to the natural aging process that prevents men from enjoying sex the rest of their life. A key to maintaining good sexual health is to seek treatment for male sexual dysfunctions when they occur.
Should I Give In and Have Duty Sex?
Although most of the attention given to Duty Sex is usually from the female perspective, males also face the possibility of not wanting to have sex with a partner, but end up doing it anyway. It is simply a type of pacifying sex or relationship maintenance sex. Since you don't have to have sex any set number of times, you could simply not engage. However, your sexual performance and relationship satisfaction could suffer quickly, if sexual dysfunctions are allowed to continue untreated.
Is Erectile Dysfunction and Impotence the Same Thing?
Yes and No. Following a Consensus Development Conference conducted by the National Institute of Health (NIH), the federal agency recommended that erectile dysfunction (ED) be used instead of impotence to describe the disorders of male sexual function when there is an inability to achieve an erect penis. NIH cited instances where classification of impotence led to confusing conclusions with inapplicable results. Nonetheless, it is also not appropriate to use ED to categorize all negative aspects of male sexual performance
What Is the Future of Male Sexual Enhancement?
Current therapies for male sexual enhancement represent the tip of the iceberg for the application of future technologies and treatment options. More work is needed to advance and refine the development of new therapeutic approaches, such as topically applied agents, more selective inhibitors, and genetic interventions to ensure proper male erectile sufficiency and satisfaction.
Due to ED, I have not been sexually active in over 5 years. Oral ED medications did not work for me. Now after getting the GAINSWave, I feel confident that I can be spontaneous and enjoy my relationship with my wife again. It's not very often you get a second chance to start over at my age, and I'm grateful for GAINSWave therapy.
— John B. (Attorney) - Bergen County, NJ