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Question DetailsAsked on 1/16/2012

Does the Postevac really work or is it not worth the money.

And will out HMO cover this expense since my husband had to have his prostate removed because it was cancerous? Since his surgery he hasn"t been able to have an erection. It"s been a year since he had his prostate removed.

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The Postevac can work for some men fairly well; those who benefit most need to be pretty 'well endowed' to begin with for the device to function effectively.
I am unaware of the price of the Postevac; if it is expensive, similar units may be purchased at shops or mail order concerns that sell erotica. These units are very similar and in most cases do just as good a job.
Less cumbersome but more invasive treatments include penile injections of "Trimix" or "Quad-mix" which are made at compounding pharmacies, and intra urethral micro tablets of postaglandin (which are pretty expensive). These are available only by prescription. A good primary care physician or urologist should be able to discreetly and sympathetically guide you and your husband to the correct choices.
This is a treatable condition; you two should not resign yourselves to simply 'doing without.'

Answered 7 years ago by mbandercoot




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