New celebrity ED treatment revealedThis new therapy method has become all the rage, with celebrities from Tiger Woods to the Kardashians touting it for everything from healing sports injuries to maintaining youthful-looking skin.

Now, before judging us at Blue Heron Health News for hitting a new low by quoting the Kardashians … the well-respected The World Journal of Urology has just published a study that examined this therapy for ED and revealed some interesting results.

PRP therapy involves taking a sample of a patient’s blood, processing it to make a rich concentrate of the platelets, and then injecting it back into the body. These platelets are rich in growth factors that promote tissue repair and improve blood flow.

The idea is that the high concentration of growth factors in the PRP will stimulate the surrounding tissues to heal faster and promote regeneration.

Since some of the causes of ED are reduced blood flow and damaged blood vessels in the penis, the authors of the new study decided to find out if PRP could treat it.

They carried out a thorough review of studies already published in medical journal databases. From 164 potentially relevant articles, 11 strong studies were selected that specifically focused on ED. Altogether, they covered a total of 1,099 patients.

Here are the main findings:

1. Most of the studies showed small improvements in erectile function, as measured by the International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) questionnaire.

2. Only one study showed a large improvement in erectile function, with a nine-point improvement on the IIEF scale after six months of ongoing injections.

3. The best designed study found that PRP significantly improved erectile function scores compared to a placebo, with 76% of men on the former treatment improving by at least two points on the IIEF scale.

4. Side effects were generally mild and temporary, including minor pain or bruising at the injection site. No severe adverse events were reported.

However, there were some major limitations in the existing studies that made the authors reluctant to draw definitive conclusions.

1. Different studies used different methods to prepare and administer PRP, making it difficult to compare results.

2. Almost all of the studies had fewer than 30 participants, which limits the strength of their conclusions.

3. Most studies only tracked the patients for a few months, not long enough to understand any long-term effects.

4. Only a few studies compared PRP to a placebo, making it difficult to determine if improvements were due to PRP or other factors.

Therefore, the evidence on PRP therapy for ED is still evolving. It appears safe, with only mild side effects reported, and shows some small positive effects on ED. But a lot more research is needed.

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