Penis pumps are one of the least invasive treatments for the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. Penis pumps are preferable to medications for many patients. An erectile dysfunction pump is a device used to help achieve and maintain an erection by drawing blood into the penis via air suction. It’s not a cure for erectile dysfunction (ED), but can help increase your ability to have sexual intercourse. This device is sometimes called a penis pump or vacuum pump. It’s a noninvasive treatment that can be used alone or with other ED treatments or oral medications.
What Are the Benefits of Using an ED Pump?
It may take a bit of practice, but most men are able to have sexual intercourse using an ED pump.
Other benefits include the following:
* lower risk of complications than with other ED treatments
* minimal cost after initial purchase
* noninvasive treatment
* it can be combined with other ED treatments, such as oral medications
Is using a ED Pump Safe
All our ED Pumps are a FDA approved Therapy for ED. Although penis pumps are safe for most men, there are some potential risks.
You’re at an increased risk of bleeding if you take blood-thinning medications. Examples include warfarin (Coumadin), clopidogrel (Plavix) and some over-the-counter pain relievers such as aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others), or naproxen.
Why Should I choose penis Pump over ED Pills!
The costs of ED medication is rising. Single tablets cost over 25.00 per pill. Using medications, as well as those who take nitrates for chest pain (the combination may lead to low blood pressure, loss of consciousness, heart attack and stroke). Insurance coverage on ED medication is poor at best. An Ed pump is a single one time cost of about a 100.00.
How Well Do Vacuum Constriction Devices Work?
Studies suggest that about 50%-80% of men are satisfied with the results of Ed Pumps. As with any other method of treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED), satisfaction rates may decrease with time.
Is the ED Pump Covered by Insurance?
Medicare ended coverage on ED Pumps 1/1/16, as policy most Insurance providers also have ended coverage. Check with your insurance provider to see if you’re covered and, if so, what documentation is required.