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Penile Pumps and Devices to Treat Erectile Dysfunction or Impotence

There are three main components of most of the erectile dysfunction pumps we offer for sale online at Vitality Medical. These components include the cylinder, which the penis is inserted into; the pump, which is either motorized or manual; and the tension band, which is the ring device that fastens around the penis to keep blood from exiting the erection.

At Vitality Medical, all of our professional erectile dysfunction pumps for sale are designed using vacuum technology. The basic physics behind a penile pump for impotence simply involve inserting the penis into a cylinder and then pumping the air out of the cylinder. This effectively creates low pressure that draws blood to the penis glands to produce an erection. Each brand may operate differently, with features that affect both comfort and convenience of use.

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The Three Factors: Cylinder, Pump, and Tension Band

The cylinder is typically made of hardened plastic that is transparent and smooth. It will typically come in a standard size that is adjustable. Alternate-size cylinders are sometimes available through the manufacturer for those with unique sizing requirements.

The pump attaches to the cylinder to remove the air within the chamber. For convenience, a motorized unit can be powered on to create adequate low pressure within the tube in seconds. Some people may prefer to use a manual pump to get the perfect pressure and to be able to stop the pressure reduction with more accuracy. When choosing a motorized penis erection pump, a quick-release mechanism is a good feature to look for if the user is concerned about injury.

Tension bands fasten onto the base of the penis, and they are used after the erection is achieved. Most cylinders have a loading cone to slide the elastic ring onto the cylinder and a ring ejector to glide the penis ring gently onto the shaft of the penis. Tension bands are sometimes used alone if the patient can achieve an erection without pumping but needs assistance maintaining hardness. The rings sometimes have loops on the outside to assist with positioning and removal.

A Note on Lubricant

When considering vacuum erection devices to address erectile dysfunction, patients may want to ensure comfort by using personal lubricant in conjunction with the use of the penis pump. Lubricant can assist with preparing the penis for the penis pump. Lubricant will be needed to get that perfect seal between the penis and the cylinder. The lubricant also will make sliding the tension band onto the base of the penis easier. After the ring comes off the cylinder and goes onto the penis, it's helpful to apply lubricant to the penis. The lubricant may also be helpful during intercourse, especially if a partner experiences vaginal dryness.

If you would like to read more about erectile dysfunction and the effectiveness of erectile dysfunction pumps and other medical supplies before you buy, refer to medical studies on erectile dysfunction and penis pumps.

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