After post-radical prostatectomy, vacuum erectile devices (VEDs) or vacuum constriction devices (VCDs) aid earlier recurring erections while preserving the penile length and girth that heightens sexual satisfaction for men and their spouses.
What does VED stand for?
VED stands for Vacuum Erectile Device
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Some medical interventions, such as intracavernosal injection (ICI) and vacuum erectile devices (VEDs), can trigger the erectile mechanism independently of physical and/or mental sexual stimulation or arousal, that is, they can induce erection without prior initiation of the erection-inducing processes described above.