Yes, I did purchase the manual Osbon ErecAid Penis Pump Kit. My insurance (BCBS) would not cover any of the cost. The company offered it to me at a negotiated discount price of $350.
The pump does work, but it is uncomfortable, and takes time and repeated pump up/release cycles to reach what I remember as my normal erect length. The erection will immediately go away as soon as the pump is released.
Using one of the medium size silicone rubber rings to hold an erection was very uncomfortable and would not hold an erection suitable for intercourse. Using a smaller size ring was downright painful. Tried it once and never again.
The blue pill doesn't seem to help any and BCBS insurance will not cover it either. My pharmacy cost for 10 of the 100mg Viagra tabs is $110. Does anyone else have BCBS and get them covered?
I have seen no natural erection or improvement since the surgery. With wife's manual stimulation, orgasm can be reached, but causes much soreness and pain in the prostate area for 2-3 days afterwards.
Post surgery prostate area pain and tenderness has subsided alot, but still exists. Incontinence has improved, but still leaking a little here and there now at 5 months.