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Here are some...: Hi! xlishx, Sorry to hear of your suffering from ED, for which, as always, surgery with penile prosthesis is considered as the last resort of care after failed in conservative medical care. As to insurance coverage, it depends on its policy since, in reality, erection for intercourse is optional after essential living-on. So, ask. More? go to http://formefirst.com/eBlogList.html. ...Read more
Yes: Penile implants consist of chambers placed in the penis to achieve an erection. An inflatable implant has tubing and a reserviour to store the fluid. If there is trauma to the pump, it can malfunction and become damaged. This will require another surgery to fix and replace the defective parts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Safe: Penile implants are generally safe with a low complication rate. The most common complications include infection, urethral injury, or bleeding. It can cause chronic pain but is much less common. For the right patient, it is a very viable option and with low morbidity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Somewhat natural: Penile implants are performed in order to have an adequate erection for sexual intercourse. There are 2 main types of implants, inflatable prostheses and malleable (rigid). The more natural implant is the inflatable prosthesis but it is definitely not undetectable. It is a plastic implant and can be felt within the penis during the flaccid state. These implants are not meant to be undetectable. ...Read more
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