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How does Xialla compare to other ED medications and devices?

 

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How does Xialla compare to Other ED medications and devices?

J.D.

Answer

Hi J.D. 

I'll do my best to explain how the most popular medications and devices compare to Xialla so that you can make the best choice for your individual situation and condition.

Blood Inflow and Outflow - The Basics of an Erection

To achieve an erection, blood must

  1. flow into the penis (inflow), and
  2. be prevented from flowing out of the penis (outflow).

If the inflow is too little, there's an inflow problem. If the outflow is too great, there's an outflow problem. Either problem can cause ED.

If a man has one of the problems, treating that one problem can correct the ED. If a man has both of the problems, then both problems may need to be treated to correct the ED.

(Think of an erection as similar pumping up a tire. If the pump isn't working well, the tire won't inflate. If the pump works but there's a leaky valve, the tire might inflate but will go flat. If the valve is very leaky, the tire may not even start to inflate, even though air is going in.)

These basic principles are key to being able to understand your ED and treat it. Your doctor can help you diagnose the problem or problems. If you're self-diagnosing, you may need to experiment to determine which problem or problems you have, and therefore which type of treatment you need.  

IMPORTANT: The outflow problem is called "venous leak". 

Inflow Problem - Medications and Devices

Medications and devices that treat the blood inflow problem are;

  • Oral medication
  • Injected medication
  • Urethral suppository medication
  • Pumps (device)

Outflow Problem (Venous Leak) - Medications and Devices

There are no medications that treat the outflow problem.

Devices that treat the outflow problem are;

  • ED rings

Comparison of Xialla to Medications and Devices

Xialla

  • $50
  • Enhanced ED ring
  • Treats outflow problem (venous leak)
  • Patented mechanism ensures the ring stays in place during sexual activity
  • 3x more effective than rings that move
  • Soft silicone doesn't irritate sensitive areas
  • Safer than hard plastic or metal rings

Medication (Oral/Injection/Urethral)

  • $10-80 per use
  • Treats the inflow problem
  • If the problem is outflow or if the problem is both inflow and outflow, then medication alone may not be effective and a combination of medication and Xialla may be needed

Pump

  • $20-200
  • Treats the inflow problem by drawing blood in with vacuum
  • If there's an outflow problem, a ring is needed to keep the blood in
  • Pump rings move during sexual activity, making them less effective

Regular Ring

  • $5-50
  • Treats the blood outflow problem
  • May move during sexual activity, reducing effectiveness
  • Stiffer or harder rings may be irritating to intimate areas
  • Stiffer or harder rings may be less safe

Eddie by Giddy™

  • $188 every 4 months subscription
  • Enhanced ED ring
  • Treats the blood outflow problem
  • May move during sexual activity, reducing effectiveness
  • Hard plastic may be irritating to intimate areas 

Venoseal™

  • $29
  • Enhanced ED ring
  • Treats the blood outflow problem
  • May move during sexual activity, reducing effectiveness
  • Hard plastic closure may be irritating to intimate areas 

Summary

It's important to understand the inflow problem and the outflow problem (venous leak) in order to treat your ED effectively. You may have one or the other problem, or you may have both problems. 

Medications treat the blood inflow problem. Rings treat the blood outflow problem (venous leak). Rings that don't move during sexual activity are 3x more effective than rings that move. 

Hard plastic rings can be irritating to intimate areas. 

I hope this helps to better understand the treatment options and to make the best choice for your individual situation.

Kind regards, 

The Xialla Medical Team

 

 

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