Emsella is an innovative treatment option for men with erectile dysfunction.
Utilizing advanced technology, it helps relieve symptoms quickly and effectively without the need for drugs or surgery. It is a safe and effective solution that can help restore male sexual health.
EMSELLA treatment sessions are quick, discreet, and convenient. They are FDA approved and safe.
Lasting only about 30 minutes, you can remain fully clothed while comfortably seated in the BTL EMSELLA treatment chair.
Unlike other procedures, there is no downtime required after EMSELLA sessions, so you can effortlessly resume your normal activities right away.
EMSELLA for men offers the perfect solution for those seeking to regain control of their pelvic muscles and bladder, especially those dealing with urinary incontinence.
It is a safe and effective treatment option, delivering almost immediate results thanks to its advanced technology.
While EMSELLA is suitable for most individuals, it is not recommended for those with pacemakers or diagnosed with terminal illnesses such as cancer.
Occasionally, some individuals may experience mild soreness in the treated area, but this typically subsides within a few days.
Embrace the transformative benefits of EMSELLA and take back control of your pelvic muscle and bladder function.
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The pelvic floor muscles, located in the lower part of the pelvis, provide essential support to the bladder, rectum, and prostate.
When these muscles weaken, it can result in issues such as erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
Occasional problems with achieving or maintaining an erection may not be cause for alarm.
However, persistent erectile dysfunction can lead to stress, self-confidence issues, and difficulties in relationships.
Complications stemming from erectile dysfunction may include an unsatisfactory sex life, increased stress or anxiety, feelings of embarrassment or low self-esteem, relationship difficulties, or infertility concerns.
In addition, men may also experience incontinence due to pelvic floor weakness.
There are numerous factors that can contribute to male incontinence and bladder leakage, with the primary cause often being related to the prostate. Conditions such as an enlarged prostate following a prostatectomy, bladder surgery, or other prostate cancer treatments can all contribute to male incontinence and erectile dysfunction.
Other factors that may contribute to male incontinence include certain neurological disorders, obesity, smoking, and even a family history of the condition. Men typically experience incontinence involving small amounts of urinary dribbling during exercise or towards the end of the day.
Stress incontinence can occur when chronic coughing or being overweight puts pressure on the bladder. Urge incontinence, on the other hand, is characterized by a frequent need to urinate or urinary dribbling when the bladder is full.