Medical specialists estimate that about 40 percent of men over the age of 40 suffer from some level of ED. it is difficult to know whether the problem is getting worse, or whether men are simply becoming more willing to report it.
Regardless, given the extreme consequences of ED, these large numbers of men shouldn’t be expected to be left to their own devices or subjected to the most common existing remedies. Traditional treatment can be life-threatening.
Traditional treatments range from Viagra and other drugs, which do not work for everyone (a 30% failure rate), become expensive when taken constantly over years or decades, and have serious side effects in most cases.
Existing penal implants typically consist of a reservoir of water, two cylinders, and a pump device.
The water reservoir is implanted in your groin, the cylinders in your penis, and the pump between your testicles.
When you press on the pump, it transfers liquid from the reservoir to the cylinders, allowing your penis to inflate. Pressing on the deflation valve of the pump returns the fluids to the reservoir.
These implants sometimes go wrong, either because of incompetent surgeons, or simply because the technology is too elaborate with multiple implants in multiple locations multiplying the risk of damage.
Brian Le from the Department of Urology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and colleagues think they may have developed a penal implant technology that works better because it does not consist of multiple parts.
It is an exoskeleton made from Nitinol, and extremely elastic alloy.
This alloy has what is called shape memory, which means that it is able to remember its original shape when placed under the right conditions; in this case heat.
The implant is flaccid and slightly curved when at body temperature; but when heated, it expands in length and width to the shape that it “remembers.”
The implant sits inside your penis, and when you wave an accompanying remote-controlled device over your penis, it heats it and thereby expands it.
At this stage it is still in the testing phase, and can’t be deactivated in other exposures like the bathtub, shower, or hot tub.
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