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Erectile Dysfunction Devices, Impotence

Vacuum Erectile Dysfunction Devices Can Very Effectively Treat Impotence In Men

Erectile dysfunction devices are frequently used to induce erectile response in cases where men are unable to naturally achieve it, whatever the reasons may be.  In most cases, the causes are physiological and vacuum devices are successfully used to treat many such cases; in cases where the causes are psychological – and nothing is actually wrong, physically – other treatments are normally prescribed to address the psychological condition.

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Vacuum Devices for Treating Impotence

Vacuum devices may be ideal to treat the type of impotence that comes from nerve or vascular damage that has the effect of preventing full, natural erectile function in men.  Full erectile function can therefore be achieved by means of hydrodynamical and mechanical means to allow complete engorgement of the sponge-like corpus cavernosum tissue, despite the underlying impotence problem.  This is done by creating a suction action and resultant low-pressure area to help draw blood into the blood vessels but the effect will start to immediately subside with the removal of the device.  That is why a compression ring is used to maintain the blood pressure for the duration of sexual activity – however, it should be removed after half an hour at most

Treating Impotence

Although erectile dysfunction devices are used by many people, they are only required on a permanent basis by some, since some physiological conditions can be successfully treated.  The most important of these are:

  • The chemical action of some types of medications that may cause erectile difficulties – changing to a different variation of medication of withdrawing it completely (upon recommendation of a physician) may cure the impotence problem permanently.
  • Nicotine is recognised as an agent that narrows arteries and its long-term effect may eventually lead to impotence – quitting smoking may restore the natural balance over time.
  • Kidney failure may cause impotence and if this condition can be successfully treated, erectile dysfunction intervention may cease to be necessary.

Many psychological causes can be treated at their origin and do not necessarily indicate any physical anomaly; like:

  • personality disorders
  • stress
  • performance anxiety
  • schizophrenia
  • clinical depression
  • panic disorder
  • anxiety disorder
  • substance abuse

Permanent Erectile Dysfunction

Some cases of erectile dysfunction may not be readily curable, but men suffering from one of these conditions may still use erectile dysfunction devices to have a normal love life.  Examples of these conditions include:

  • Cavernosal disorders (like Peyronie’s disease)
  • Any of a variety of neurogenic disorders, including nerve disorders like multiple sclerosis, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease and injuries to the brain or spinal cord
  • Diseases like diabetes that may have a permanent effect on blood flow.
  • The effects of ageing – even healthy males suffer an increased incidence of erectile dysfunction with advancing age and studies have shown that while around one in ten men in their 40s suffer from impotence, that figure rises to nearly seven out of ten by the time they reach their 70s.

For these men, the most effective way to restore their love life is the use of vacuum erectile dysfunction devices.

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