I have experienced declining sexual ability for three years now following a traumatic brain injury (TBI). No damage to my sexual anatomy. My urologist prescribed and I tried everything from Viagra to Cialis, from muse to caverject, then to the Osbon manual pump. I had to stop Viagra and Cialis because after my accident they'd trigger migraines. Muse never worked, caverject may have worked once in 7 tries. My urologist then prescribed an Osbon Pump. I can get erections but they are not firm enough to penetrate.
I recently read about dangers of pumping. But, in the process I learned about traction devices in general and SG in particular. I purchased it trough MoS and just received it yesterday. My challenge is adapting it to my flaccid measurements of 2 1/2" length and 3 1/4" girth. I struggle with a) getting the comfort
band below the glans, then, once it is cinched down all the way, to keeping it
What can I do to turn using a SG device to one of my first positives in the sexual arena in years? I developed Peyronie's about four years ago. In fact that's why I was highly motivated to
go with SG. I believe it can work. I just want for it to work for me. Can anyone provide me with any guidance or helpful solutions?
I look forward to this forum and to its helping me. I'm very willing to reciprocate and help in return someday if I can help someone along the way. I'm 65 and trying to get my life back. My libido never changed. My ability to act on it is the issue.