Are pumps the only product that's effective for ED?

Are pumps the only product that's effective for ED?

edeneve edeneve
I've understood that pumps are the only way to get a limp yet stimulated penis up. what has your experience been?
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RonLee , TheToyGuy , Devz , Lena Eden
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11/30/2013
RonLee RonLee
Other than the three pharmaceutical medications, the pump is the next step with those damn tight tension rings. My Doc said there are a few other treatments, such as doing an injection of a specific medication directly into the flaccid penis... no thank you. Another one is insertion of a small pellet of medication (about one half the size of a grain of rice) inside the urethra, to dissolve inside the penis causing blood vessels to expand so that more blood can flow into the penis allowing for an erection to occur.
12/01/2013
MrWill MrWill
A lot of men can treat their erectile dysfunction without using a "product" but pumps are the go-to method as far as "products" go. Other avenues involve medication (Viagra, Levitra, Cialis and the like), kegels, better diet, more active lifestyle.

The quality of erection depends on the quality of blood flow. Anything that can increase blood flow will help with erections.

I did a full post on it at my blog, the link is Erectile Dysfunction And Men: About E.D.

Please, stop by. Ask questions, and say hello!
12/01/2013
Henry Halwell Henry Halwell
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Originally posted by MrWill
A lot of men can treat their erectile dysfunction without using a "product" but pumps are the go-to method as far as "products" go. Other avenues involve medication (Viagra, Levitra, Cialis and the like), kegels, better diet, more ...
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07/10/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by Henry Halwell
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I've seen this and the other pumps Bathmate sells, but, do they really work and how long does it take to see results? Has anyone tried this expensive product out? Does anyone WANT to try this out?

Personally, I'd only use this if there was documented proof from several legit sources that it did work as mentioned. The last thing I want to do is break a working body part.
07/10/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Medications work best in the long run.
10/11/2015
JackBrown JackBrown
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
Medications work best in the long run.
Medications work good but for instant results penis pumps are best option. Check this out Hydromax Products
02/27/2017
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
I heard some women believe if the guy can't get it up,he should become
a BOB
03/03/2017
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
E eve, have you tried this yet or considered bending him over ?
How did it go? Will this become the new norm now ?
03/07/2017
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by OH&W, Lovebears
I heard some women believe if the guy can't get it up,he should become
a BOB
That's fun too!
04/09/2017
Gio Gio
As for me YES. I have been using the ED Pump since I realize that I have ED problem, using it is easy and I got back and achieve an erection in no time.
04/13/2017
Andywandy Andywandy
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Originally posted by RonLee
Other than the three pharmaceutical medications, the pump is the next step with those damn tight tension rings. My Doc said there are a few other treatments, such as doing an injection of a specific medication directly into the flaccid penis... no ...
I had ED about half a years ago and I decided to buy a penis extender. After 4,5 months I already noticed that my erection got better. I guess because they stretch the penis more blood can flow through it? Now I am no longer suffering from ED.
Personally I am very glad I bought my extender, helped me out a lot.
May 8, 5:24 am
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
The latest FDA approved treatment for ED is called extracorporeal low-intensity shock wave therapy - usually written as LI-SWT.

Extracorporeal just means external to the body. It's the use of sound waves originally approved for blasting kidney stones. But that takes high-intensity waves.

I little like viagra - LI-SWT for ED was discovered more or less by accident. LI-SWT has been studied and approved not just for ED - but also plantar fasciitis.

Right now it's pretty expansive and your insurance company is not going to cover it. Even though it's probably not required, a urologist will recommend 6-12 treatments over several weeks - typically for about $4,000!

Saving my money to get my dick zapped!
May 9, 6:11 pm
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
In many cases, you can improve your symptoms of ED. Many medications and treatments are available, and yes, an erectile dysfunction pump or erectile dysfunction ring, may help temporarily manage symptoms of ED so that you can continue to engage in sexual intercourse.

ED is a common condition, and it has many possible causes. Discuss your symptoms with your doctor early so that they can rule out underlying causes and begin a treatment plan.
Oct 14, 7:02 pm
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