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For men who have severe erectile dysfunction, the only
course of action may be a penile implant. The caveats are
many and may include penile erosion among others.
Many of the implants are rigid and the male has to be in a
constant state of erection. Post-operatively, this can
of pain. I remember my time on a Med/Surg floor and
this seemed painful to the surgical
patients who received them. However, these are easily
implanted by a physician, are less expensive for the
and require no manipulation to prepare for use.
Other implants use air or a fluid which is pumped by
of an implanted pump. These require more extensive
surgery, are much more expensive, require preparation to
use and pumps may fail over time.
I suggest using a Non-Newtonian fluid to fill an implant.
would normally be in a soft state and would become
when manipulated, much like a normal male response. No
pump would be required and implantation would be
From another idea
[Klaatu, Sep 13 2011]
"...where the shear viscosity increases with applied shear stress" [Klaatu, Sep 13 2011]
||Why not an implant filled with ferromagnetic flued that can be hardened by an electromagnetic field? Then the gentleman would literally be "turned on" by his partner.