Vaxaid V7 Deluxe Penis Pump

Vacuum pump therapy for erectile dysfunction

Vaxaid V7 Deluxe vacuum pump for erectile dysfunction
Vaxaid V7 Deluxe vacuum pump for erectile dysfunction kit
Vaxaid V7 Deluxe pump for erectile dysfunction with box
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The Vaxaid V7 Deluxe is a versatile device

VaxAid creates a vacuum around the penis, either using water or air pressure, drawing blood into the penis, resulting in a full erection. Used in water, this produces a natural feeling erection. Because the Vaxaid V7 Deluxe can be used as an air or water pump, you have the option to try out both methods without buying more than 1 device. This means you can find the method that suits you best without paying twice.

The Vaxaid V7 is a hand operated penis pump

While alternative battery powered penis pumps are available, the Vaxaid V7 is hand operated only.

Penis pumps aren't first line treatments

The first line treatment for erectile dysfunction is normally lifestyle changes and PDE5-inhibitor medications like Viagra.

However, you can use penis pumps like the Vaxaid V7 Deluxe alongside other treatments like Viagra or Sildenafil. It is also a non medical option for people who can't or don't want to use medications.

Side effects of penis pumps include:

  • coldness, numbness, blue tinge to the skin: these could be due to the constriction band, so you should remove it immediately
  • bruising, little red dots or pain: bleeding under the skin of the penis causes this
  • discomfort: your ejaculation might be painful or you might feel like some of the semen is partly trapped in your penis
  • gangrene: this is a rare but very severe complication, which can happen if the constriction ring is left on the penis for too long so that there isn’t blood flow into the penis

It is not safe to use a penis pump if you:

  • take blood thinning medication
  • have any conditions that affect blood clotting
  • have any penile or urethral conditions such as skin problems or a bend in the penis
Medically reviewed by:
Dr Nicholas Antonakopoulos Accreditations: MBBS, BSc

Dr Nicholas Antonakopoulos graduated from the University of London in 2006. He did his postgraduate training in hospitals in the London area, and he trained for four years in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery before completing his training in General practice in 2015.

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Last reviewed: 10 Mar 2019