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Non-Invasive Treatment For Erectile Dysfunction

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There's a new treatment for a problem that almost fifty percent of men will experience in their life time - erectile dysfunction.

Experts say the older you are, the more common this problem is.

Erectile dysfunction, or male impotence, is defined as the persistent inability to maintain or to achieve an erection during intercourse.

At the launch of Dornier Aries' non-invasive equipment approach to treating the problem, Urologist Dr. Lall Sawh shared the causes of the problem affecting men.

Dornier Aries uses shock wave treatment to increased blood flow to the male reproductive organ.  

The machine is said to be the only one of its kind in the Caribbean region.

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