I am 65 yo, diabetes with partial to complete ED. I am by no means an invalid and have a hearty sex drive but when there is erection it is short lived at best. My female companion says it doesn't bother her in the least but you can understand how this might affect a man's ego. I'm open to the idea of an implant to correct this but I would like to explore all other options before resorting to this. What are my non-surgical options? I.E: pumps and sleeves?
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A sleeve won't help because its designed for a man who already has an erection. Get a pump, use it with a cockring and don't believe any of that pill hype about increasing your size.
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Second what he said about pills unless you're into viagra. Get a good pump with a finger trigger NOT an air bulb because those things leak like crazy, put some lube around the cylinder so you get an air-tight seal and it will take you about 10 minutes to build an erection. Another thing-have a cockring ready to make it last once you quit pumping.
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Hey Ranger,

We get great feedback on the Dr.Joel's erection enhancement line. (These pumps tend to be sturdier than the average and built from higher-quality components.) Here's a link to it:
http://www.tabutoys.com/Catalog/SearchResults.asp?searchphrase=Dr.Joel&searchfield=all&pagenumber=1

We also just got a very nice new cockring in that's stout enough to fit over the pump cylinder for quick and easy access:
http://www.tabutoys.com/Catalog/ProductDetails.asp?productid=4281



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I appreciate the assistance.

The Dr. Joel pump appeared to be a well built product but for financial reasons I opted for the Top Gauge. It doesn't look quite as professional as the other but it provides enough suction strength to get the blood flow back and its about 100$ cheaper. I'd say I can get about a 50%-75% improvement in erection if I pump for 12-15 minutes and use the ring. I'm quite satisfied with that.
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