Acoustic wave therapy

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Acoustic wave therapy

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Age; 64
Type 2 Diabetic

I’ve had ED much before Viagra became the magic drug. Oral meds worked well for a few years before they stopped working. I tried trimix but gave up because it was a mild dose. I should have gone for a much stronger dose, but didn’t.

Anyways today I went to this clinic that specialises in “Wave therapy” also called shockwave or acoustic therapy.After an evaluation the nurse practitioner said that I had a”60 percent blockage in my blood vessels in the genital area, and that I was a good candidate for their treatment.

The treatment costs $ 5400 for 12 sessions of 30 minutes each. This may not be covered by insurance so
I wanted to get your views on this acoustic therapy.

Can one take a low dose Trimix and say viagra?


Please feel free to offer your views .

Thanks in advance for your views and advice .





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I've never heard of this therapy for any condition but it sounds expensive for what it is... an experimental study.
What kind of assessment did they use to diagnose your condition?
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I have been interested in it too. It's hard to find what looks like real reviews. I know one guy that had it done. He said it worked after just a couple of sessions, there was a difference. It lasted over a year, but then had to go back for a couple of sessions for a "tune up".
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There is a men’s web site called “Frank Talk” that was a subsection specifically for shock wave therapy. Seems there is some success in this procedure but many men find that it was of short term help or no help at all. There are different wave machines used so you need to find a provider with the proper equipment. Be careful due to a lot of unscrupulous companies who only want your money. Do your research!
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Wave therapy could help with your ED due to poor blood circulation, especially with a 60 percent blockage. However, at $5400 for 12 sessions, it's pricey and may not be covered by insurance. Combining low-dose Trimix and Viagra isn't recommended without consulting a healthcare provider due to potential interactions. It's wise to explore other options and discuss payment plans with the clinic before committing.
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