Urologist Drogo Montague, MD, is the go-to guy for penis implants. No, we’re
not talking about the get-big-quick schemes clogging your spam folder. Penis
implants enable men with erectile dysfunction, or ED, to
get an erection. Most of the 30 million men in the United States who have ED
can turn to Viagra and similar drugs. But approximately one-third of them do not
respond to medications. That’s where Montague comes in.
Montague directs the Center for Genitourinary Reconstruction in the Glickman
A recent major life
change (birth of a child, retirement, job change, loss or death of a partner,
divorce, or marriage).
Activities that constrict blood flow to the penis-such as
frequent long-distance bicycle riding on a hard, narrow saddle-may increase a
man's risk of developing an erection problem. But experts continue to debate
vasectomy usually does not cause erection problems.
But pain after the operation may affect sexual performance for a time, and if a
man was not comfortable with his decision to have a vasectomy, or is having
second thoughts, it could affect him psychologically.