Who should consider using a vacuum constriction device to treat erectile dysfunction?
Vacuum constriction devices (VCDs) are safe and can be used by patients with erectile dysfunction (ED) caused by many conditions, including:
- Poor blood flow to the penis
- Surgery for prostate or colon cancer
- Psychological issues such as anxiety or depression
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