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does new treatment of venous leakage ( embeedding deep dosral venous penile ) succed compare with surgery venous leakage & what is percent% of succed?

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Dr. M. Hytham Beck
General Surgery 43 years experience
Hard to say: it is really hard to say there is different techniques for such problems and result varied from patients to patients and from surgeon to surgeon My advise go and see a urologist specialized in erectile dysfunction they will discuss options and different ways to treat such a problem and success rate

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