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But a prosthesis, whether it is a solid but flexible rod which is implanted, or an inflatable tube which is inserted, is something which the patient surveys I have read say most patients simply stop using after two or three years because they find it so unnatural and unsatisfactory. These implantable devices keep tearing through the skin and require repeated surgeries to be repositioned so this does not happen. They are not shaped like a natural erect penis, and women often find them extremely painful during intercourse. The men experience them as being like "sex with a ruler taped to my stomach," because so much of the natural sexual response includes the process of becoming erect through stimulation and losing the erection through ejaculation, which does not occur with a prosthesis. Men complain that the sensation is nothing like a natural erection, but is just an artificial connection with their partner via a plastic rod or tube. The fact that people just give up using them after a few years says it all.

The sad fact as I see is that if the pills -- Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis -- don't work for you, then the remaining alternatives, cavernosal injection or a penile implant, are so unnatural and uncomfortable that patients generally give up using them after a few years, so they have to be regarded as impotence cures in name only.