for Erectile Dysfunction 
External Vacuum Therapy System
A Treatment Recommended by Doctors
The ErecAid Classic, Produces an erection in 9 out of 10 impotent men who use it. Safe - requires no pills, drugs or shots.   Non-invasive and low cost vacuum therapy, coupled with its "relatively high probability of desirable outcome," makes it the ideal therapy for treating erectile impotence.

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    ErecAid Classic causes penile rigidity that can be maintained up to thirty minutes.

    ErecAid Classic is easy to use
    Step 1
    Vacuum cylinder with tension ring is placed over penis.
    Step 2
    Pump removes air from cylinder, which causes penis to become erect.
    Step 3
    Tension ring is slid to base of penis to maintain erection; cylinder is removed.

    The ErecAid Classic comes complete with hand pump and cylinder, tension rings, personal lubricant, instruction manual and video tape, all in a convenient carrying case.

    It's always advisable to see a doctor if you suspect or know you have a health problem.

    Medicare Assignment Accepted with Prescription!

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