Novel therapeutic modalities have been proposed for the treatment and management of erectile dysfunction (ED). Stem cell therapy (SCT) is the injection of mesenchymal stem cells or stromal vascular fractions from adipose and other tissue sources.
Interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome (IC/BPS) is a painful and debilitating clinical entity which is challenging to diagnose and even more difficult to treat. Unfortunately, none of the existing oral and intravesical medications have been established as effective and therefore relevant research is ongoing.
While erectile dysfunction (ED) is highly prevalent worldwide, unrevealed cavernous smooth muscles (CSM) defects can confound the diagnosis of vascular ED and lead to failure of treatments. Currently, the first-line oral treatment for ED is phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5Is).
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is one of the most common causes of morbidity in male patients, with a prevalence of 50-60% in men aged 40-70 years. EDs may be caused by physical or psychological trauma, the former of which may be treatable through surgical intervention.
Peyronies disease (PD) is estimated to affect approximately 3-9% of men worldwide and maybe associated with pain, erectile dysfunction and penile deformity including shortening. The condition has significant debilitating effects on quality of life, self-esteem and psychological wellbeing in addition to sexual function.
The prevalence of erectile dysfunction (ED) is substantial and continues to rise. Current therapeutics for ED consist of oral medications, intracavernosal injections, vacuum erection devices, and penile implants.
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