JAMAICA GLEANER – John* had given up all hope of ever being able to perform sexually again. At 53 years old, with chronic diabetes, for over five years, he had tried everything to help with his erectile dysfunction (ED), and within the last year and a half, nothing worked.
He was distraught.
“After having erectile dysfunction for five to six years, it gradually started to get worse. Within the last year and a half, I started using some of the popular erectile dysfunction medication, and I realised that they were not working anymore, even after I started taking double dose,” John shared with The Gleaner.
“I was taking two of the tablets, and it just wasn’t working. That’s when I knew I had to look at alternatives, or get some answers.”
Last year, the distressed middle-age man was introduced to a revolutionary medical procedure – cellular therapy for erectile dysfunction.
The first of its kind ever to be done in Jamaica, the procedure involved removing healthy cells from one area of the body and reintroducing them to the penis to stimulate regeneration and healing.