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There are several treatments for ED, from minor to drastic. None very good at replacing the real thing in my mind. They have come up with mechanical means to help with incontinence so why is it not possible to reactivate the anatomy we still have but just missing the nerves that activate the mechanism. Since the process is basically hydraulics using blood flow, why couldn't some clever valving in the blood system to and from the penis be used to produce a more natural erection? We still have the mechanism but are now missing the controls that made it work. Jon.
I suggest you go and have a good read of the frank talk website, link below. It has a massive amount of information on all aspects relating to ED (erectile dysfunction). If you have any specific questions I am happy to assist you.