Fighting against failing treatment

Pills not effective for you. You're not alone.5,6

There are reliable long-term solutions that can help you get back your life, like before ED4.

When oral medications fail, there are treatments that can help you get the results you are looking for. These range from penile injections and hormones to vacuum devices and penile implants.


Overall patient satisfaction with ED treatments3

A urologist that specialises in ED will be able to identify what’s right for you by assessing a variety of factors unique to you. This includes other conditions you may have as well as other personal physical symptoms.4

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In control: feeling and looking natural and reclaiming your quality of life1-4

Thinking about what might be right for you? Want to feel and look natural when you’re erect and when you’re not?

There are options that give you spontaneous control, and look natural when you come out of the showers in the locker room.

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A look at the treatment options you and your urologist that specialises in ED might discuss if pills have failed for you.

Penile Implants

David and Pam made a decision to fight his ED

"There's no hesitation in encouraging other men...to have the penile implant...don't put it off."*

 - David

Dr. L. Dean Knoll, a specialist in treating men with ED

"Penile implants lend more of a long-term solution rather than a daily treatmemt or an event-based action."*

 - Dr. L. Dean Knoll





A penile implant helped Charlotte and Dale get back to an ED-free life

“It gave me back my husband. It not only changes your relationship but it changes you as a person. It changed how we interacted with each other, and now it’s natural”*

What’s the difference? Aren’t all penile implants the same?

Looking and feeling natural when you’re erect and when you’re not may be important to you. If it is, penile implant options exist that can give you an erection when you want it, and also look and feel natural, even when you aren’t erect.7 A urologist that specialises in ED will help you choose what is right for you and help you reclaim your quality of life.1–4

How penile implants work

A medical device is implanted into the penis that allows men with ED to achieve an erection. This device is entirely contained within the body. To operate, you squeeze and release the pump in the scrotum to achieve an erection.7

Features of a Penile Implant:7,8

  • Entirely concealed within the body
  • May offer a long-term treatment option to ED
  • Once activated, you can maintain an erection as long as you desire
  • Spontaneous – have sex when the mood strikes
  • Typically does not interfere with ejaculation or orgasm
  • Designed to feel natural during intercourse

Risks of a Penile Implant:7

  • Will make natural or spontaneous erections as well as other interventional treatment options impossible
  • If an infection occurs that cannot be successfully treated, the implant may have to be removed
  • May cause the penis to become shorter, curved, or scarred
  • Pain (typically associated with the healing process)
  • There may be mechanical failure of the implant

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Vacuum Erection Devices

These devices are placed around the outside of the penis and draw blood into the penis by creating a vacuum. Then you or your partner place a constriction band (rubber band) around the base of the penis to keep the blood inside the penis until sexual intercourse is completed.7

Injections

Injecting medication directly into the penis prior to intercourse can also produce an erection. If you and your doctor choose this option, you will be taught how to administer the injections yourself.7

“Everything is the same as it was…when I was 18.”

-Thurman

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This site is intended for Australian residents only. For more information, contact a urologist that specialises in ED, your primary doctor or other healthcare professional.

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