Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for intercourse.

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)


Decrease of blood circulation due to vessel thrombosis, which account for 70% of cases


Neurological Diseases, which interfere with the control of erections


Low testosterone, which is often accompanied by decreased sexual desire and fatigue


Mental health conditions as well as side effects of medications used to treat mental health conditions


Stem Cell Therapy for
Erectile Dysfunction

Common treatments for ED include oral medications such as PDE-5 Inhibitor or Viagra, injections like Prostaglandin E1, shockwave therapy, and vacuum devices. However, these solutions come with their limitations: oral medicine requires 30–60 minutes before intercourse, and injections take 5–10 minutes. There are also unpleasant side effects of ED medications, including headaches, palpitations, eye flashes, and more.

Stem Cell Therapy, a novel treatment for ED, was proven safe and effective in vivo since 2000 and become clinical trials in 2010. Since then, 70% of ED patients who received just single injection (intracavernous muscle) have reported better and longer-lasting erections, as well as more effective drug responses.

How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work for Erectile Dysfunction?

Found naturally in the body, stem cells are a special type of cell that can replace degenerated or damaged cells. They also support the creation of Endothelium cells, which line the blood vessels. This enhances the formation of new blood vessels (Angiogenesis) and the release of valuable factors that allow better function of the nervous system. When used with vacuum devices or shockwave therapy, stem cells help patients with ED respond more effectively to the treatment.



• Amanda B Reed-Maldonado and Tom F Lue, The Current Status of Stem-Cell Therapy in Erectile Dysfunction: A Review, World J Mens Health (2016):34(3):155-164

• Ezzat A. Ismail and Ahmed I. El-Sakka, Innovative Trends and Perspectives for Erectile Dysfunction Treatment: A Systematic Review,Arab Journal of Urology (2016) 14, 84-93