The Fight to Solve ED

A short documentary series on the real impact of erectile dysfunction and the treatments inspiring hope.


Join our host, Dr. Samantha Nealon, on a journey across America to speak with patients and physicians about the physical and emotional toll of erectile dysfunction. Experience the stories of five men who restored their sexual health with the help of penile implant therapies.

A Good Life

A Good Life

Dr. Nealon sits down with Cliff, his wife, Marilyn, and his physician Dr. Bullock in St. Louis, MO. Cliff struggled with ED for years before he and his wife found a solution.

Alpha Male

Alpha Male

Pete’s ED started after his prostate cancer treatment and it wore down his mental health. He and his urologist, Dr. McBride talk to Dr. Nealon about how ED impacts all aspects of a man’s life.

Restoring Robert

Restoring Robert

Follow Robert and his urologist, Dr. Singh from initial counseling through the operating room. Learn why Robert tells Dr. Nealon that his IPP was "the best thing I ever did in my life."

No Regrets

No Regrets

Lawrence had ED for years and battled feelings of isolation. After confiding in his urologist Dr. Blick and finding treatment, he only wishes he’d sought a urologist sooner.

Episode 5 coming October 31

Episode 5 coming October 31

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Learn about the AMS 700 Penile Implant

Important Safety Information for Patients Considering an Implant

AMS 700™ Inflatable Penile Implant

Caution: U.S. Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.

Your doctor is your best source for information on the risks and benefits of the AMS 700™ Inflatable Penile Prosthesis. Talk to your doctor for a complete listing of risks, warnings and important safety information.

The AMS 700™ Inflatable Penile Prosthesis is intended for use in the treatment of male erectile dysfunction (impotence). Implanting a penile prosthesis will damage or destroy any remaining ability to have a natural erection, as well as make other treatment options (oral medications, vacuum devices or injections) impossible.

Men with diabetes, spinal cord injuries or skin infections may have an increased risk of infection. Implantation may result in penile curvature or scarring. Some AMS 700 devices contain an antibiotic (InhibiZone™ Antibiotic Surface Treatment). The device is not suitable for patients who are allergic to the antibiotics contained within the device (rifampin, minocycline or other tetracyclines) or those who have systemic lupus, these patients should use one of the devices that do not contain InhibiZone antibiotic surface treatment.

Potential risks may include: device malfunction/failure leading to additional surgery, device migration potentially leading to exposure through the tissue, wearing away/loss of tissue (device/tissue erosion) infection, unintended-inflation of the device and pain/soreness. MH-545411-AB

Results from case studies are not necessarily predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.

This material is for informational Purposes only and not meant for medical diagnosis. This information does not constitute medical or legal advice, and Boston Scientific makes no representation regarding the medical benefits included in this information. Boston Scientific strongly recommends that you consult with your physician on all matters pertaining to your health.

The physicians featured in this video are consultants of Boston Scientific.

The patient featured in this video was compensated for their travel and/or time.

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