You might do a little research for yourself online to find out more about penile doppler sonographs. I, at least, would hold off on any implant, as this is not a life threatening situation, until you can learn more about your test. I would also think that there would be more to the test than giving the injection and just waiting for 10 minutes, but I am not familiar with this procedure. It would also be worth getting a second opinion.
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Just a follow-up. I met with the surgeon, and he was much more helpful! He said based on the results he reviewed, my problem wasn't that blood wasn't flowing into the penis, it was that it was flowing back out too quickly. He suggested using the Actis constrictor band, and that has made all the difference in the world. Also, my testosterone therapy was changed from bi-weekly injections to daily gel applications. This has stopped the swings my body was going through, and keeps me at a pretty stable level. These two things have greatly changed my sex life. Thanks for all the input. I guess the best lesson is be sure to find good doctors who aren't so quick to jump to radical conclusions!
Thanks for the follow-up. It's good that you have found a successful outcome. Keep at it.
i am diabetics and have ED problem need suggestion for penile implant and side effects