For Fulfilling Sex
▶Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
ED, or erectile dysfunction, encompasses a range of symptoms, including:
・Taking a long time to achieve an erection
・Inability to achieve sufficient hardness of the penis
・Inability to sustain an erection
・Experiencing episodes of losing an erection during sexual activity
・If you have experienced any of these symptoms, it could be indicative of ED.
Currently, ED medication (such as Sildenafil) has become easily accessible for individuals, leading to an increase in accidents and health risks. It's important to note that Sildenafil was originally developed as a medication to lower blood pressure and not specifically as a treatment for ED. As a result, it poses significant strain on the cardiovascular system. Proper consideration of drug interactions, existing health conditions, and dosage instructions is crucial before using it to avoid irreversible consequences.
▶Premature Ejaculation (PE)
There is no specific definition for premature ejaculation, but it is generally considered as ejaculating within 2-3 minutes after penetration.
However, if your desire is to satisfy your partner more and enjoy sex without worrying about PE, the actual duration itself may not be of great significance.
In fact, if both partners are physically and emotionally satisfied, even if the duration is short, there may be no need to worry.
However, did you know that there are medical solutions available to address this concern?
・Approved Medication for PE
For the treatment of PE, medications that control the neurotransmitter called "serotonin" are used. Serotonin is known as an "inhibitory" neurotransmitter that exerts inhibitory effects in response to external stimuli. In other words, it suppresses the neural pathway responsible for ejaculation, enabling one to delay ejaculation. Medications for premature ejaculation fall into the category of "Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs)," which are commonly used for the treatment of conditions such as depression. By increasing the concentration of serotonin in the brain and enhancing its function, these medications can delay ejaculation by approximately 2-3 times the usual duration. They are also advantageous in terms of their short duration of action, minimizing their impact on daily life. These medications are taken approximately 1-3 hours before sexual activity to ensure their effectiveness.
・The fees listed include consultation fees, examination fees, and other related charges.
・Please note that the prices are subject to change due to fluctuations in medication costs.
|ED||10,000Ks / 4tab|
|PE||100,000Ks~ / 4tab~|
Do you know that HIV can now be prevented with medication?
It is now possible to prevent HIV infection almost 100% with the use of medication.
▶ Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)
PEP is a preventive method that involves taking anti-HIV medication within 72 hours after engaging in risky sexual activity with someone who is HIV positive or at risk of HIV infection. This could include situations where a condom slipped off during sex, there was bleeding from the genitals, or engaging in sexual activity with a stranger. If you are anxious about the possibility of HIV infection in such situations, PEP can help prevent the transmission of the virus. It is widely recognized worldwide and has proven effectiveness.
▶ Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
For individuals who engage in high-risk sexual activities, PrEP is an option to consider. PrEP involves regularly taking anti-HIV medication to protect against potential HIV infection. It is considered to be 99% effective in preventing HIV transmission through sexual activity.
There are two methods of PrEP administration:
① Daily PrEP
Taking one tablet daily, regardless of the presence of sexual activity. This method is effective for all types of sexual activity, including same-sex intercourse, heterosexual intercourse, transgender individuals, and HIV transmission through drug injection.
② On-demand PrEP
Taking two tablets 2 to 24 hours before sexual activity, followed by one tablet 24 hours after the first dose and another tablet 48 hours after the first dose. This method has been found to be effective specifically for same-sex intercourse.
▶ Side Effects
Anti-HIV medications have been widely used for a long time and generally have minimal side effects. However, some individuals may experience mild discomfort or changes in liver or kidney function. It is important to note that individuals infected with hepatitis B cannot use these medications, so it is necessary to undergo testing to determine your hepatitis B status before starting the medication.
Flow of PEP
Please contact us within 72 hours of the risky behavior
Flow of PrEP
・These fees include consultation fees, follow-up blood tests, and other associated costs.
・Please note that the fees are subject to change depending on the fluctuation in medication prices.
・For inquiries on-demand PrEP, please consult with us individually.
|PEP (2tab per day)||
850,000Ks / 30tab each
|Daily PrEP||230,000Ks / 30tab|
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