Seems one can’t turn around without bumping into ads for curing erectile dysfunction (ED). The most common "cures" are drugs (Cialis, Levitra, Viagra) but they must be taken on a regular basis.
Herbal cures also exist, but these are basically drugs in a non-patentable form. There also exist air-vacuum pumps but these are cumbersome and don’t give lasting results and can in fact be dangerous.
Now, the Bathmate hydropump is jumping into the US market with the goal of eliminating the need to take drugs for ED.
It functions similarly to air pumps, only water is used. 15 minutes daily for six weeks is reputed to permanently reverse ED.
Its success has led to it being sold in Britain as a medical device. Even spinal cord injured patients report excellent results.
It also costs less than a month’s supply of ED pills and it’s safer and its results are longer lasting.
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