How effective is a vascular reconstructive surgery for ED?
Unfortunately, vascular reconstructive surgery doesn’t seem to work very well over time. Even the best studies show that only 1 out of 20 men improved after the treatment. The success rate is higher for younger men with a single damaged blood vessel from a pelvic or genital injury.
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