I take prescription medications which effect my ability to achieve full strong erections, I have used an oral ED pill to improve function however still not completely satisfied with the results. Would Xialla improve performance based on your knowledge and research?
The development of medications to treat erectile dysfunction went through major advancements in the 1990s. In the space of a few short years, the first PDE5 inhibitors were approved for oral use, followed by medications that could be inserted or injected into the penis.
These ED medications are based on different pharmaceutical formulations, but they all work in similar ways. ED medications, whether pills, pellets, or injections, are all vasodilators, which means they work by relaxing blood vessels and improving the inflow of blood to the penis.
However, improving blood inflow doesn't always deliver optimal results, because a healthy erection requires not only the increase of blood inflow, but the reduction of blood outflow. The combination of increased blood inflow and decreased blood outflow promotes a firmer, longer-lasting erection.
This is why Xialla, a wearable device specifically designed to prevent excessive blood outflow, provides an effective complementary therapy. In one clinical trial, for example, 80% of men reported improved sexual function when they used Xialla in conjunction with oral ED medication. Based on this study and customer reports, there is clear evidence that using Xialla enables men to reduce or eliminate their reliance on medication, or to avoid taking medication in the first place.
So, the short answer is yes, theres a good chance that Xialla would help improve your performance.
For more details on using Xialla with ED medications, see this article.
The Xialla Medical Team