M-shot: a Solution for Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition that affects approximately 15 to 30 million men in America. Unfortunately, it's a common sexual problem that gives men difficulty with erections on a regular basis and tends to worsen with age. Men struggling with ED have trouble getting and keeping an erection. ED can take a severe toll on a man's intimate relationship and can lead to other problems such as depression, stress, and low self-esteem. It can also make it difficult to conceive children.

The good news is that the M-Shot is a solution that helps many men improve their ability to gain and maintain an erection giving them the confidence they desire.

How does the M-Shot work?

The M-Shot uses one's own plasma which is injected into specific parts of the penis. It's natural since it's the patient's own cells being used. The body responds to the injections by treating it as a wound and goes to work repairing the tissue. As result, patients who receive the M-Shot can experience up to 10-20 percent increase in girth and length. The procedure is done in an office visit and is relatively painless.

Improvements are expected to happen quickly as the body responds to the treatment through growth and rejuvenation. There is an increase in blood flow which helps the penis recover and develop stronger tissue. The penis will also be strengthened and straighten as a result of the M-Shot.

How do I know if the P-Shot is for me?

If you are a male struggling with ED, give us a call at (801) 676-9876 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Jake Schmutz. You will be able to discuss your needs and Dr. Schmutz will work with you to get the results you need.

At Integrative Medica, we guarantee improvement or your money back.

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