What are the Risks of an ED Pump?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Aug 3, 2016 11:00:00 AM


An ED Pump is a vacuum constriction device used as a treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). They have been used for many years and are quite effective, but the rise of effective oral ED medications has lead to a decline in their popularity.  Part of this may be that the devices are somewhat awkward to use, making them the choice for individuals in long-term relationships.  The side effects from using a penis pump are quite limited, and are often less than procedures or medications.

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What is Penile Pump and How does it Work?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Jul 19, 2016 12:33:10 PM


What Is a Penile Pump? 

A penile pump or a vacuum constriction device is a non-surgical treatment option for erectile dysfunction (ED). A penis pump is recommended for men with moderate ED and in penile rehabilitation after prostate removal (radical prostatectomy). However, with the development of drugs such as Viagra® and Levitra®, erectile dysfunction pumps are more typically used when drugs aren't effective and other options such as surgery are limited. 

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How to Prevent Erectile Dysfunction after Prostate Surgery

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Jun 10, 2016 12:00:40 PM


Many men that have prostate cancer are rightfully concerned about undergoing a prostate surgery that results in erectile dysfunction (ED). Whether the treatment is radical prostatectomy (operation to remove the prostate gland), radiation therapy or medical therapy, ED often develops. If radical prostatectomy is performed, there is existing clinical evidences that vacuum erectile device (penile pump) therapy can improve ED and preserve penile size after your surgery. 

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Topics: prostate cancer, penile pump, prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction

Are Penile Pumps Effective?

Posted by Men's Health Restoration Team on Apr 15, 2016 2:20:57 PM


Penile pump (erectile dysfunction pump or ED pump) or a vacuum constriction device is a low cost and non-surgical alternative for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). They are effective for men with moderate ED and for men in penile rehabilitation after prostate surgery. For patients who have had prostate surgery, the penile pump should be used four to five times daily to increase blood flow to the penis.  It also prevents loss of penile length if used after prostate surgery. 

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