19 May Treatment of impotence by venous leaks.
In case of venous leaks can impotence be cured?
The treatment of impotence by venous leaks is now a medical reality. Advances in open and endovascular surgery make it possible to treat impotence of vascular origin. The means of investigation have also evolved. Medical imaging: Doppler ultrasound and cavernoscanner determine the presence or absence of venous or arterial problems. Medical advances in the treatment of erectile dysfunction have been considerable over the past ten years. This is why today impotence is no longer a fatality. Everything will be done to find a solution adapted to each man.
An initial detailed medical consultation with the surgeon will allow a very precise assessment of the patient’s situation. The surgeon will prescribe additional medical examinations. Doppler ultrasound of the penis with pharmacological test is the only medical examination capable of determining whether a disease of the veins is responsible for impotence. This examination is not painful and is very precise. The professional who performs it is specifically trained in this cutting-edge technique. Depending on the existence of other diseases and the patient’s age, the surgeon may prescribe other examinations such as hormonal tests, an electromyogram, a cavernoscanner, etc.
Professor Eric ALLAIRE and a team of doctors and other surgeons, notably at CETI in Paris, will analyze the patient’s situation collectively to cure impotence by venous leaks or other causes. This exchange between specialists will make it possible to present the most suitable solution to the patient. Then, the medical team will offer treatment for impotence by venous leakage. Thanks to these elements, it is the patient who will decide what to do to cure his impotence by venous leaks.