Erectile Dysfunction ED Devices - Erection Pumps, Erection Vacuum Pump

Erectile dysfunction, commonly referred to as ED, is the failure to produce and sustain a penile erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. Although ED is more prevalent as men age, it is not necessarily acknowledged as "normal." The cause for erectile dysfunction varies, as it can be psychological, physiological, anatomical, surgical, or ascribable to physical stress. If you notice a change in achieving and sustaining an erection, we recommend that you confer with your health care provider.

Health care providers can offer a wide variety of options for erectile dysfunction treatment, including, but not limited to, penis pumps. A penis pump, sometimes called an ED pump or vacuum pump for ED, is composed of a plastic cylinder, which slides over the penis, manual or battery-operated pump, and tension ring that constricts blood flow.

Being efficient, cost-effective, and non-invasive, most men prefer penis pumps over other erectile dysfunction treatments. With proper practice and correct usage, the majority of men, over 90 percent, are able to achieve and maintain an erection for sexual encounters. Although penis pumps are safe and reliable for most mean with erectile dysfunction, there are potential side-effects and risks. If you are concerned with the possibility of side-effects, or are currently experiencing side effects, we recommend that you consult with your health care provider.

Penis pumps operate by suctioning the air out of the cylinder, or a "vacuum effect," which pulls blood into the penis, creating a penile erection. To sustain the erection, a tension band is slipped over the penis with lubricant, which, in effect, inhibits blood draining. By constricting the blood flow to your penis, you are about to sustain the erection long enough for sexual intercourse. Medical professionals state that you can wear the band safely up to 30 minutes. If you are wanting to wear the tension band for longer than that, please consult with your health care provider, as there can be potential risks from using penis pumps for too long.

Once you determine that penis pumps are the best erectile dysfunction treatment option for you, selecting a pump is practically effortless. There are two main types of penis pumps: manual and battery. A manual pump, literally, requires some form of physical exertion, as you need to squeeze a bulb or pull a level to create the vacuum. Some men prefer that style, as they are generally less expensive and low maintenance. However, battery-operated penis pumps are more advanced and allow men to create the perfect vacuum by the simple push of a button. Some erection pumps that we distribute come with both manual and battery pumps, that way you can experiment and make and educated decision on which works best for your needs.

At Vitality Medical, we only distribute paramount penis pumps from brands that you know, depend on, and trust for success. You can refer to our Penis Pumps Comparison Chart to help you select the best pump for your individual needs. Order now and successfully enhance your sex life today!

If you would like to further read about erectile dysfunction and the effectiveness of penis pumps, you can refer to Medical Studies on Erectile Dysfunction and Penis Pumps, too.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Erectile Dysfunction and Penis Pumps

How does a penis pump work?

ED pumps function by suctioning blood into your penis. Once an erection is achieved, can sustain the penile erection by constricting the penis with a tension band, inhibiting blood from draining.

Are ED pumps safe?

Mostly. There are contraindications, though. To be certain if a penis pump will be safe for you, please consult with your health care provider. Also, always be certain to precisely follow safety guidelines from the manufacturer.

Are there side-effects?

Yes, though not everyone may experience side-effects. Commonly reported side-effects include discoloration of the penis, cold sensations, and sensitivity. More serious side-effects include deformity, injury, and loss of function. If you are worried about side-effects, or are currently experiencing them, we recommend that you confer with your health care provider.

How frequently can I use a penis pump?

It is best to adhere to brand specific and health care provider instructions. However, as a general guideline, you can use safely use a device for up to 30 minutes. However, abuse is a detrimental consequence and may lead to irreversible damage of the penis. Always proceed with discretion and practice carefully.

How often should I clean my pump?

After every use. Be gentle while cleaning your penis pump, as you can damage it from excess water and detergent.

Is this a non-invasive treatment for erectile dysfunction?

Yes. When you use a pump, you do not have to insert anything into your urethra to function or produce results.

Do I need lubricant when I use a penis pump?

No. However, by coupling a tension band and pump with lubricant, the process of applying a band becomes practically effortless.