Erectile dysfunction is a complex condition involving psychosocial and biological factors. It is defined as the persistent inability to achieve or maintain penile erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance

Erectile dysfunction is a common disorder of male sexual function, affecting all age groups with a considerable impact on quality of life.

Erection includes arterial dilation, smooth muscle relaxation, and activation of the corporeal veno-occlusive mechanism. Erectile dysfunction has a significant impact on the quality of life of sufferers and their partners.

There is increasing evidence that Erectile dysfunction can be an early manifestation of coronary artery and peripheral vascular disease.

Aging is recognized to alter endothelial cell function, and age-related impairments in erectile function have been attributed to multiple factors including increased penile vascular tone, endothelial dysfunction, and reduced nitric oxide bioavailability.

Investigations have shown that intracavernous injection of mesenchymal stem cells improves endothelium-derived nitric oxide biosynthesis and neurogenic-mediated erectile responses in animals. Administration of Stem cells also improves the erectile response to cavernous nerve stimulation by enhancing the release of endothelium-derived nitric oxide.

This cell-based therapy using mesenchymal stem cells shows that mesenchymal stem cells can be successfully injected into the penis and differentiate into new cells that are biologically active and/or influence erectile mechanisms by improving signaling in the penis. And also a very important fact is that studies show that treatment with mesenchymal stem cells improves erectile function without inducing inflammation.

In The Stem Cells transplant institute, we aim to offer our patients the highest standards of quality, top technologies and excellent professionals so you can get into this new treatment trend, as you deserve.

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