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Miracle cure for erectile dysfunction - Jamaica’s very first ED cellular therapy restores sexual performance

Published:Wednesday | January 27, 2016 | 1:00 AMAnastasia Cunningham

Suffering from erectile dysfunction for more than five years because of chronic diabetes, a 53-year-old man is now springing with joy, thanks to what is deemed a ‘miracle cure for ED’.

Some six months after undergoing Jamaica’s first cellular therapy for erectile dysfunction, John* said he now feels like a 16-year-old, with such potent sexual energy he has never experienced before.

He has transformed from a depressed and distraught middle-aged man to a young and vigorous lover with more stamina than he could ever imagine.

“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 alternative, or get some answers.”

Distressed and completely deflated, last year he 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, which would restore blood flow to the sexual organ.

Performed by Dr Janice Fisher and Dr Simone French at the Bioregeneration Integrated Medical Centre in New Kingston, cellular therapy for erectile dysfunction has actually been carried out in the United States (US) for five years now.

“Within the second week I started to feel that urge again and to get that stamina. I started to get an erection, and even though I had to keep away from sexual activity in that early stage, I was getting an erection on my own,” John said.

“Since it (penis) has been healed, I have been having regular erections without any problems at all. In the mornings I wake up with an erection. Even when I am exhausted, I still get the urge and am able to perform as well. Usually that was a no no for me.”

With a laugh, he said, “I do hope this effect will be permanent. Right now I am pretty much OK and feel 100 per cent in that area. I will continue to monitor it and get my regular check ups and keep my diabetes in check.”

Is cellular therapy a miracle ED cure and what is the success rate? Read the full story in Health Section.


[*Name changed to protect identity]


anastasia.cunningham@gleanerjm.com