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How to get close to the one you love in the bedroom again

Posted at 1:38 PM, Mar 25, 2020

We are hearing a lot about social distancing these days but what if you're struggling with closeness with your significant other?

Erectile Dysfunction affects half of men, maybe more.

Andrew Rinehart, a Medical Technician with Wasatch Medical Clinic says ED can wreak havoc on a relationship, but it doesn't have to.

They use Acoustic Wave Therapy to increase blood flow. It is FDA approved. It's not surgical, it is placed on the skin to open up that blood flow.

This addresses the root cause of the problem and can get a guy back to normal function in the bedroom without pills and the side effects that come along with them.

The treatment only takes about 10 minutes at a time, and in general it takes several treatments over two to three weeks. And, the best news - it could last your entire life.

Wasatch Medical Clinic is still open at this time by appointment only. Call 801-901-8000 now to receive a special offer for Fox 13 viewers. They'll do an assessment exam and a blood flow ultrasound with a medical doctor for free, a value normally $300. There's no obligation either.

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