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Rejoyn Vacuum Therapy System

Since the Rejoyn Vacuum Therapy System is available without a prescription, should I see a doctor?

Absolutely! If you have symptoms of impotence (i.e., inability to achieve an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse) consult your doctor promptly to avoid a potentially harmful delay in diagnosing any of the most common causes of impotence, such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, liver disease (cirrhosis), chronic kidney failure, or chronic alcoholism. And since impotence is successfully treated 95% of the time, it makes sense to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

How long will it take me to achieve an erection?

When using the Rejoyn system you should be able to achieve a rigid erection in 10 to 90 seconds. You may feel pressure when your penis starts to become erect from the vacuum. This is normal.

How long can a constriction ring be worn?

Thirty (30) minutes is the recommended time period for wearing the constriction ring. If worn longer, permanent damage is possible.

Is it necessary to wear a constriction ring?

You may find that you are able to keep an erection, suitable for intercourse, without a constriction ring. You may find that sometimes a constriction ring is not necessary, while at other times it may be. You can determine when a constriction ring is necessary based on how long you maintain an erection without it.

Does one constriction ring size fit all?

Certainly not. There are 4 different sizes available. We recommend you try each ring, starting with the largest ring and moving to the next smaller ring, to determine which ring size works best for you. A properly fitted ring will feel snug around the base of the penis, and should allow you to maintain an erection for up to 30 minutes. For best results, make sure the constriction ring is at the base of the penis, as close to the pelvis as possible.

What if I lose an erection while using the constriction ring?

No problem. You may not have the constriction ring at the base of the penis or you may need to try a smaller constriction ring. First check to ensure the constriction ring is at the base of the penis, as close to the pelvis as possible. If the constriction ring is positioned correctly and loss of erection still occurs, you may want to try the next smaller size ring.

Does the constriction ring affect ejaculation?

It may not. The pressure the constriction ring applies to the penis may not hinder or block ejaculation. You may feel a small level of additional pressure in the urethra when ejaculating. In fact, the constriction ring may promote a longer lasting erection and may delay ejaculation.

How do I remove the constriction ring?

To remove the constriction ring, using both hands, pull outward on the ring tabs. If possible, slide your index fingers in between the band and your penis. This will allow you to stretch the band and create a larger opening. Then slide the constriction ring off your penis. For best results, you may apply a small amount of lubricant to the pubic hair.

What about latex sensitivity?

Rejoyn constriction rings are not made of latex. They are made of medical-grade thermoplastic elastomer.

Can a condom be worn when using the constriction ring?

You can wear a condom. Apply the condom to your penis after you have achieved an erection and placed the constriction ring around the base of the penis. Don't apply the condom to the penis before using the vacuum system or constriction rings because they may cause damage to the condom.

Warnings and Precautions

Warning: Call your doctor if any problems occur and stop using the device if they continue.
Warning: If you have signs of erectile dysfunction, )i.e., unable to get an erection that is good enough for sexual intercourse), talk to your doctor before using this device to avoid a possible harmful delay in figuring out any of the most common causes of this condition, such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cirrhosis of the liver, chroic renal failure, or alcoholism.

The vacuum erection device will not cure relationship problems or correct physical problems such as low sex drive, decreased sensation, and absent or premature ejaculation. If you have Sickle Cell Trait or Disease, a history of prolonged erections, or are taking large quantities of aspirin or other blood thinners, do no use the vacuum pump without consulting your doctor.

Vacuum Pumps
  1. The user should apply the least amount of vacuum pressure that will get an erection.
  2. The user should stop using the vacuum pump if pain occurs.
  3. Vacuum pump should not be used while on alcohol or drugs.
  4. Use of a vacuum pump may bruise or break the blood vessels either right below the surface of the skin or within the deep structures of the penis or scrotym, resulting in bleeding and/or the forming of a blood filled swelling. Do not be too concerned if you notice some brusining of the penis, or small reddish spots below the skin. This is likely to happen if you have not had sex for some time. You should stop using the unit until the problem has cleared up (5 or 6 days). When you do use the Rejoyn system again, be careful not to apply more vacuum than feels comfortable. Use caution and plenty of water soluable lubricant when removing the constriction ring.
  5. Misuse of a vacuum pump may worsen already existing medical conditions such as Peyronie's disease (a condition that causes distortion or abnormal bend of the erect penis), prolonged erection, and blocked urethra (urinary tract).
  6. Misuse of the vacuum pump could result in swelling of the penis and/or serious permanent injury to the penis.
  7. Caution is advised when using a vacuum pump following the removal of a penile implant becuase of possible scarring and later impairment. Apply the vacuum gradually. Watch for bruising or distortion of the penis. We suggest that you keep in close contact with your doctor during early use of the device aftern an implant removal.
Constriction Rings
  1. If worn longer than 30 minutes at a time, the constriction rings may cause permanent injury to the penis.
  2. Allow a minimum of 60 minutes between uses.
  3. Do not fall asleep wearing the constriction ring.
  4. Constriction rings should not be used as a birth control method.
  5. Use the largest ring that holds an erection.
  6. Do not use constriction rings while using alcohol or drugs.
  7. Frequent use of constriction rings may result in bruising at the base of the penis (where the shaft of the penis meets the pubic area).
Warning: Do not wear the constriction ring longer than 30 minutes.

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Rejoyn Support Sleeve

What is the Rejoyn support sleeve?

The Rejoyn support sleeve is a soft and comfortable sleeve that fits around the flaccid penis, giving it the ridigity neede for sexual intercourse. Rejoyn is made of medical-grade Santoprene® rubber.

Will the Rejoyn Support Sleeve cure impotence?

No. The Rejoyn support sleeve is not a treatment for impotence nor iwll it cause or sustain an erection. It is an alternative that allows couples to enjoy sexual intimacy with or without an erection.

Since the Rejoyn Support Sleeve is available without a prescription, should I see a doctor?

Absolutely! If you have symptoms of impotence (i.e., inability to achieve an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse) consult your doctor promptly to avoid a potentially harmful delay in diagnosing any of the most common causes of impotence, such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, liver disease (cirrhosis), choric kidney failure, or chronic alcoholism. And since impotence is successfully treated 95% of the time, it makes sense to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Will sex feel different with the Rejoyn Support Sleeve?

It may. As with anything, a little practice goes a long way in learning something new. For best results take it slowly at first, letting the woman control the speed and intensity until you both become accustomed to the Rejoyn sleeve.

Does one Rejoyn Support Sleeve fit all?Rejoyn Sleeve Sizer

Certainly not. There are 3 lengths available. Please refer to this chart. For best results, the sleeve should be behind the head of the penis.

What if I get an erection using the Rejoyn Support Sleeve?

No problem. Rejoyn will not interfere. The sleeve is open on the bottom, allowing it to comfortably accommodate an erection. If you get an erection, you canleave the Rejoyn sleeve in place or remove it at your discretion.

Why are Comfort Covers recommended?

The lubricated Comfort Covers add comfort and support to the Rejoyn sleeve. The open-ended design may also enhance sexual pleasure.
Important: Rejoyn brand Comfort Covers are not condoms. They are open at the end. They are not designed to prevent pregnancy or to protect against AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases.


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Rejoyn Constriction Ring

How does the Rejoyn Constriction Ring work?

The patented constriction ring is designed to be place around the base of the penis, gently providing pressure to help maintain an erection until it is removed.

Will the Rejoyn Constriction Ring treat impotence?

Yes, the Rejoyn constriction ring is a treatment for thos who have impotence caused by venous leakage.

Since the Rejoyn Constriction Ring is available without a prescription, should I see a doctor?

Absolutely! If you have symptoms of impotence (i.e., inability to achieve an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse) consult your doctor promptly to avoid a potentially harmful delay in diagnosing any of the most common causes of impotence, such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, liver disease (cirrhosis), chronic kidney failure, or chronic alcoholism. And since impotence is successfully treated 95% of the time, it makes sense to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Will sex feel different with the Rejoyn Support Sleeve?

It may. As with anything, a little practice goes a long way in learning something new.

Does one Rejoyn Constriction Ring size fit all?

Certainly not. There are 4 different sizes available. We recommend you try each ring, starting with the largest ring and moving to the next smaller ring, to determine which ring size works best for you. A properly fitted ring will feel snug around the base of the penis, and should allow you to maintain an erection for up ot 30 minutes. For best results, make sure the constriction ring is at the base of the penis, as close to the pelvis as possible.

What if I lose an erection while using a Rejoyn Constriction Ring?

No problem. You may not have the constriction ring at the base of the penis, as close to the pelvis as possible. If the constriction ring is positioned correctly and loss of erection still occurs, you may want to try the next smaller size ring.

Does the Rejoyn Constriction Ring affect ejaculation?

It does not. The pressure the constriction ring applies to the penis does not hinder or block ejacultion. You may feel a small level of additional pressure in the urethra when ejaculating. In fact, the constriction ring may promote a longer lasting erection and may delay ejaculation.

How do I remove the Rejoyn Constriction Ring?

To remove the constriction ring, using both hands, pull outward on the ring tabs. If possible, slide your index fingers in between the band and your penis. This will allow you to stretch the band and create a larger opening. Then, slide the constriction ring off.


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Endure Climax Control Sleeve

What is the Endure sleeve?

The Endure sleeve is a patented climax control sleeve designed as an aid to prolong sexual pleasure. The sleeve is made of medical-grade Santoprene rubber and is available in pharmacies everywhere without a prescription.

How does the Endure sleeve work?

The Endure sleeve may desensitize the man, helping to delay ejaculation, and provides support for a flaccid penis allowing sexual activity to continue after ejaculation.

Will sex feel different with the Endure sleeve?

It may. As with anything, a little practice goes a long way in learning something new. For best results take it slowly at first, letting the woman control the speed and intensity until you both become accustomed to the Endure sleeve.

What if I lose an erection while using the Endure sleeve?

No problem. The Endure sleeve will not interfere and will provide support for a flaccid penis allowing sexual intercourse to continue after ejaculation. If you require additional desensitizing we recommend you apply Endure Climax Control Lubricating Gel to the portion of the penis not covered by the climax control sleeve.

Why are Lubricated Comfort Covers recommended?

The lubricated Comfort Covers add comfort and support to the Endure sleeve. The open-ended design allows for sensitivity to the penis head. Important: Endure Lubricated Comfort Covers are not condoms.

What about latex sensitivity?

Endure Sleeves are not made of latex. They are made of medical-grade Santoprene®. Lubricated Comfort Covers are made of latex.

What if my partner or I feel uncomfortable using the Endure sleeve?

You may need to practice until you and your partner get used to the sleeve. It is generally best to let the woman control the pace and motion. If you or your partner feel any discomfort with the Endure sleeve, stop immediately. You may want to use a water-soluble lubricant in addition to the Comfort Cover.


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Impotence... a medical perspective about its causes and treatment

What is impotence?

Impotence is the inability to get or maintain an erection suitable to complete sexual intercourse. Almost every man experiences impotence at one time or another. But an estimated 20 to 30- million American men, roughly one in five, live with chronic impotence brought about by a variety of physical or emotional conditions.
The good news is that impotence isn't necessarily permanent. In fact it's successfully treated 95 percent of the time. The bad news is that few men with impotence ever pursue treatment.
Because impotence is a difficult topic to discuss, most men choose silence insted of seeking a solution. For these reasons, impotence has earned the distinction of being the most untreated treatable medical condition.
The primary danger in neglecting medical treatment is that impotence is often an indicator of a more serious condition, such as vascular problems or diabetes. It makes good sense to seek medical attention. We urge you to visit your physician as soon as possible. A secondary but perhps more pognant danger in neglecting the condition is that impotence can disrupt relationships. The loss of physical intimacy and closeness can affect how a man and woman feel about themselves and each other.

What causes impotence?

A lot of people believe impotence is "all in a man's head." While it's true that things like stress, fatigue and anxiety contribute to impotence, in fact less than 50 percent of all cases are psychologically induced.
More often impotence is caused by a physical condition such as vascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure or hormonal imblances. Tobacco, alcohol and side effects from many medications also contribute to impotency.
Another misconception is that impotence is a natural part of aging. It's not. The likelihood of impotence does increase with age, but that's only because older men generally take more medication or have other conditions that lead to impotence. Imotence itself is not a direct consequence of aging.

Can impotence be cured?

Yes. Some cases are cured by addressing underlying causes, but only under the guidance and specific direction of a physician. Simply changing or eliminating certain medications may be the answer. Adjusting hormone levels offers relief in some cases. While in other cases, treatment for vascular problems or other medical conditions may be required. If psychological issues are suspected, counseling, either individually or with partner, may help.

How is impotence treated?

When a cure is not possible, there are a number of alternatives that allow men experiencing impotence to enjoy intercourse. These vary in terms of availability, cost and convenience, as well as personal preference.
Although many couples find one or more of these options satisfactory, no single method is right for everyone. A physician can help you decide which option best fits your lifestyle.

Vacuum Devices Vacuum devices allow men to start and end an erection when desired. The technique works by placing a vacuum over the penis and drawing blood into the penis to create an erection. The blood is held there with a constriction band at the base of the penis. Erections can be maintained for up to a half hour.
Vacuum devices often require a prescription and physician-aided instruction. They can be relatively expensive, usually costing between $350 and $500.

Injection Therapy Drugs are injected directly into the base of the penis to produce an erection that lasts up to two hours. The drugs can be used two to three times a week, but only once in any 24 hour period.
Over time injection therapy can cause scarring and permanent tissue damage. The drugs can be expensive and typically require mixing and refrigeration.

Urethral Suppository Therapy A similar type of drug used in injection therapy now is available as a pellet that can be inserted into the urethra. This option eliminates the need for needles and alleviates some of the side effects associated with injection therapy.

Penile Implants Implants allow a man to achieve and maintain an erection as often and as long as desired. With this option, a surgeon implants two semi-rigid or inflatable cylinders in the penis, a pump into the scrotum and a reservoir into either the scrotum or abdomen.
Sensation, ejaculation and orgasm usually are not affected. Since surgical implants are irreversible and rather expensive, this option is usually offered only when other treatments are unacceptable.

Information about impotence was provided by Dr. Jon Pryor, a board certified urologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine.

Are there other alternatives?

Yes. The Rejoyn Support Sleeve is a patented penile support sleeve for men who may not be able to achieve or maintain a natural erection. While it is not a treatment or cure, Rejoyn sleeves support a flaccid penis such that sexual intercourse is possible as often as desired.
Rejoyn is among the least invasive and most accessible alternatives for men experiencing impotence. It does not require a prescription and is available in most pharmacies or you can order directly from us online.


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