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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
I asked recently about problems with blood flow to the penis. I have had a doppler ultrasound that ruled out calcium deposits or peyronies. One chamber in my penis does not fill up and my urologist does not know what to do. This causes a bending. My question is can using a pump to fully engorge my penis cause my body to learn to correct this problem so I can have normal erections again? Original question have aproblem with one side of my penis filling up when erect. I have gone to a urologist a while ago and he ruled out peyronies. I am wondering if a pump would be a good idea to train the weaker side to fill up normallly? Anything else I can try?
Your situation has gone beyond my ability to answer your questions by email. You will need to see a physician in person who can handle this.
Allen D Seftel, MD
Formerly, Professor of Urology
School of Medicine
Case Western Reserve University