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Viagra Useful for Impotence Following Prostate Surgery

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  • Viagra is an effective treatment for impotency in men who have their prostate removed.
  • For men whose nerves have been spared, the drug improves the ability to have an erection by nearly 60%, but the effectiveness drops to 20% in those with no nerves spared.
  • There are other options for men who don't respond to Viagra, including injections and vacuum devices.

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