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 on: Today at 02:08:09 PM 
Started by Tsanchez12369 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Great links, thxs!

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 on: Today at 01:54:42 PM 
Started by WhatNext81 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Maybe the 3-7 lb of traction is the reason why only 30” x 2/d is needed.

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 on: Today at 01:42:28 PM 
Started by WhatNext81 - Last post by WhatNext81
This is no scientific proof. It's a report about 1 person (N=1) -who wrongly used a VED- with lot's of estimates and assumptions.

That and the guy used it on his errect penis. Not smart.

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 on: Today at 01:07:01 PM 
Started by csm101 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
If it’s not yet available, what commercial link was removed?  If it is available, can you PM me?  Thanks!

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 on: Today at 01:03:05 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Nemo
Based on everything I've read, and watched, and even an e-mail exchange I had with Dr. Kramer at one point, I am confident you picked the very best surgeon for this condition and this procedure. 

Do follow up and keep us posted. This is probably the best solution for some of us, and your experience is invaluable.

Best,
Nemo

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 on: Today at 12:35:22 PM 
Started by csm101 - Last post by csm101
"Researchers have come up with a dynamite solution for tackling impotence — a gel containing the explosive nitroglycerin.

In trials, rubbing on a pea-size blob of the gel delivered a positive result within 10 minutes for seven in 10 men with erectile dysfunction.

It works up to 12 times faster than Viagra.

The rub-on gel works by releasing a nitric oxide gas that widens tiny blood vessels, increasing blood flow to the penis.

Doctors at University College London Hospitals and other centers did trials on more than 220 men with erectile dysfunction.

Half had the treatment, while the rest were given a dummy gel.

The study found that 44 percent of the men who were given the real gel achieved erections within five minutes.

For 70 percent, it took less than 10.

Viagra and other impotence pills usually take between 30 minutes and an hour to kick in.

David Ralph, a consultant urologist, said: “Potential advantages include the potential for fast action and ease of use. Their use could be incorporated into sexual foreplay, increasing the level of intimacy between couples.”

Overall, one in four men experienced a clinically significant improvement.

Side effects were mild, with around one in 13 suffering headaches.

Medics say tweaking the formula may produce even better results.

Thousands of patients already take nitroglycerin daily under its medical name of glyceryl trinitrate to combat angina — chest pain caused by poor blood flow to the heart.

Causes of erectile dysfunction can be psychological or physical — ranging from stress to conditions affecting blood flow, such as heart disease and diabetes. Many sufferers do not respond to drugs such as Viagra.

Researchers now plan further trials and say the gel may be available by next year and cost $1.25 daily for a year’s supply.""

 17 
 on: Today at 12:06:30 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Hrvat21
Dared, what was the cost of the surgery?

 18 
 on: Today at 11:45:16 AM 
Started by climbinglife - Last post by popopo
I rarely see it mentioned here, but my urologist told me pelvic floor tension can cause the symptoms you describe.  I have it myself and I've been told that working on relaxing those muscles can help getting better erections. I think you might have it since you mentioned having pain in your testicles too. If your pelvic floor is tense you can get symptoms like testicle pain, erectile dysfunction, less sensitivity because of a lack of bloodflow to your genitals and even difficulties when going to the toilet. A firsr step would be to NEVER push when going to the bathroom and you could try kegel exercises. Heavy lifting in the gym can also increase muscular tension. I notice this is often overlooked, but I believe it's also the cause of what on this forum is reffered to as "hard flaccid or turteling". When your penis is damaged your pelvic floor might tighten as a reaction, but it also works the other way around. It's like a feedback loop. The chicken and egg story.
It's also the same group of muscles that cause a dog to put his tail inbetween his legs when it's stressed and not surprisingly stress is also a factor in humans. Some people build up psychological tension in their shoulders, but the same thing applies to the pelvic floor muscles. Of course this is just my two cents and for more information you could ask a fysiotherapist or your urologist. Hope this helps.

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 on: Today at 11:29:37 AM 
Started by WhatNext81 - Last post by Paul52
- Somebody using a VED on his erect penis with too much pressure, and ended up with ED.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8558654
- Thanks for the scientific proof Pfract   :D

This is no scientific proof. It's a report about 1 person (N=1) -who wrongly used a VED- with lot's of estimates and assumptions.

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 on: Today at 11:11:40 AM 
Started by Dared - Last post by JohnW
For the record, if I were to have an implant, I would fly to Baltimore and Kramer would be the one doing the work. Over the last two years I've watched all of his videos on YouTube:

- his bedside manner
- his ability to talk freely about male performance and sex is refreshing, he gets it!
- his commitment to deliver a complication free, infection free experience is FANTASTIC
- and he fixes other surgeons' mistakes (like any other part of the human body)

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