Stem Cell treatment for ED in Mexico

Stem Cell Treatment for ED in Mexico

As men grow old, there are lot of physical and mental changes that they experience. Wrinkles are a classic sign of aging but, what happens with the rest of our body? Our skin becomes less elastic, our bones shrink and lose density, we start to develop loss of hearing, the hair starts to fall and loses its color and we can experience changes in our vision. It’s normal for men when they are aging that they stop producing as much testosterone as they were in their teenage years. This can cause men to start having problems with their sexual relationships and begin to experience erectile dysfunction symptoms.

 

Men are diagnosed with erectile dysfunction if they regularly have difficulties to achieve an erection firm enough to be able to have sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a disorder that affects the quality of life and the sexual relations of more than half of the male population aged over 40 years. The prediction regarding the incidence of ED is devastating as it is expected that this disorder will affect more than 300 million men in the next five years (2022-2027).*

 

The most common causes of erectile dysfunction are:

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Obesity
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Smoking
  • Drinking too much alcohol
  • Injuries in the pelvic area or spinal cord

GIOSTAR Mexico’s Stem Cell Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

You are now wondering, how can stem cell therapy help with erectile dysfunction? With stem cell therapy, the application of stem cells helps our body identify the neovascular problem that won’t allow blood flow through the penis and get a firm erection to have sexual intercourse. With GIOSTAR Mexico unique specialized stem cell therapy, stem cells will boost blood vessel development allowing blood to flow normally. 

Improvements and benefits of stem cell therapy for ED

A clinical trial of SC therapy for ED has been carried out in Korea**. In this study, 7 men ranging from 57 to 87 years of age were each treated with IC injection of 15 million allogeneic umbilical cord blood SCs. Morning erection was regained in 3 patients within 1 month and in 6 patients within 3 months. Interestingly, SC therapy appears to have antidiabetes effects as all treated subjects except the oldest had reduced blood glucose and glycosylated hemoglobin levels.

Stem cell therapy cost

Stem cell therapy cost for Erectile Dysfunction, in Giostar Mexico, ranges from $8,000.00 USD to $18,000.00 USD, in function of each patient's condition. Pricing highly depends on the preferred clinic location the patient chooses. What does this include?

  • Transportation from hotel-clinic, clinic-hotel and airport-hotel as well as hotel-airport (mainly for our Clinics in Playa del Carmen and Guadalajara; our Clinic in Los Algodones, due to its proximity to the US-Mexico border crossing, we pick up patients on the border or at Yuma Airport and take them to our clinic or their hotel)
  • Lodging (available in our Clinic in Algodones) in Hotel Hacienda or Hotel Cielito Lindo
  • Oxygen Therapy
  • Body preparation – Nutritional IV Therapy
  • 1 - 10 billion exosomes (volume depends on Doctor's personal evaluation of each patient)
  • 1 - 4 stem cell vials (35 - 140 million stem cells) - IV (Intravenous) and Local applications
  • Laboratory protocol by Dr. Anand (activation of the stem cells in order to direct them towards the affected tissue or organ)
  • Medical Consultation
  • Dietitian Follow up post-therapy
  • Preferential discount for future reinforcements/applications
  • Laboratory exams the previous day before the first application
Types of applications in clinical stem cell treatments

Financial Option for Stem Cell Therapy

Giostar Mexico is continuously looking to provide our patients with resources and options to receive stem cell therapy at the best stem cell clinics in Mexico. We are happy to announce that, through United Medical Credit, our patients (exclusive for US citizens) may now receive up to $25,000.00 USD in credit for their treatment (note: price for therapy varies depending on the condition to be treated and a number of stem cells [vials] included). Patients can ask for the maximum amount of the credit or ask for a percentage based on the price of the therapy.

Why Choose GIOSTAR Mexico?

GIOSTAR Mexico offers personalized therapy for Erectile Dysfunction. As each patient is different, here at GIOSTAR Mexico we develop personalized protocols for each one of them, although they may suffer from the same condition they are not the same. This is because genetics and other circumstances can affect differently how they respond to therapy.

It’s of utmost importance that you answer our health history form, this will determine two major factors: 

  • Your eligibility for therapy
  • Your personalized protocol developed according to your needs.
Stem cell therapy is a procedure in the regenerative medicine field. Regenerative medicine's ultimate goal is that ourbody regenerates itself.What stem cell therapy does in your body is slowing down or stopping the suffered deterioration and it can even regenerate tissue. That is why we ask patients to fill out a health form, so our medical staff may first identify if stem cell therapy is actually an option for them and the medical team knows the specifics of your health condition.
If you have ED and want to find out if you're a candidate for stem cell therapy, you can fill out this contact form and we will give you a call or email you as soon as possible! Or contact us directly to our US landline 619-866-6000

References

* Protogerou, V., Chrysikos, D., Karampelias, V., Spanidis, Y., Sara, E. B., & Troupis, T. (2021). Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Using Stem Cells: A Review. Medicines (Basel, Switzerland), 8(1), 2. https://doi.org/10.3390/medicines8010002

** Bahk JY. Jung JH. Han H. Min SK. Lee YS. Treatment of diabetic impotence with umbilical cord blood stem cell intracavernosal transplant: preliminary report of 7 cases. Exp Clin Transplant. 2010;8:150–160.