Penile implant removed for infection. Can Xialla help?

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As a 51-year-old, I underwent an Inflatable Penile Prosthesis (IPP) surgery on November 3rd, 2022, which had to be removed due to infection on November 19th, 2022. I am curious about whether your product could assist me in regaining my erectile function after this experience.



Hello J., 

I deeply sympathize with your situation and the complications you've faced after your IPP surgery.

As for your query about the efficacy of Xialla in your particular case, I'm afraid it's not a straightforward answer. Xialla has proven to be highly effective in addressing venous leak, a condition characterized by excessive blood outflow leading to erectile dysfunction. However, it does not specifically augment blood inflow.

If you originally required an implant, it might imply that traditional pharmacological treatments, such as oral medication or injections, didn't provide satisfactory results for you. If so, it could potentially indicate that a venous leak was the underlying issue.

Venous leak is a challenging condition to treat, and you may already be aware of this through your research. The usual treatments suggested by urologists include a constriction ring and a vacuum pump. While the ring theoretically should function adequately, it often dislodges during sexual activity, permitting blood to escape.

This is where Xialla's design can make a significant difference. By securely positioning the ring, Xialla increases its efficacy by threefold compared to standard rings, aiding in the retention of blood and mitigating venous leak symptoms.

Provided your urologist gives you the go-ahead to use a constriction ring device, I would highly recommend giving Xialla a chance. There's nothing to lose and potentially a great deal to gain. If it successfully improves your condition, that would be fantastic. However, if it doesn't meet your expectations, we assure you of a full refund. This is part of our no-hassle guarantee, and we won't even require you to return the product.

Kind regards, 

The Xialla Medical Team

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