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Pump and Viaagra

Posts: 3
Joined: Oct 2006

My insurance will not cover any of these two items. My Urilogist office manager is helping me file an appeal. Pump is $400 and pills $10 so out of pocket does not seem like a good idea.

rogermoore's picture
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Joined: Mar 2002


I cannot believe Ins will not cover these items. As for me I have never had any experience with the pump. I have heard it does work, although if you have not tried the ED drugs I would try them first.

The Dr did tell me that a person should not eat a heavy meal or greasy one such as hamburgers or the result would not be satisfactory. Some people have indicated a headache from taking the drugs, but I would think that would be a small price to pay.

Good luck,


2ndBase's picture
Posts: 220
Joined: Mar 2004

I know a man who has an extra never used pump who gets them free thru veterans administration and he might be willing to sell it pretty reasonably priced. I had insurance once but it did not cover the pills and in my case they do not help much so I have just given up trying which is not the end of the world. Let me know if you might be interested and I will try to help you. Good luck. Mark

Posts: 38
Joined: May 2006

Hi Capt. The pump doesn't work for me. I found that Muse works better. I'll send you the pump for free if you want it. Ron

Posts: 6
Joined: Nov 2006

muse is very expensive and burns the urethra i've heard....also doesn't it have to be refrigerated or is there a new formulation. Thanks for any help. ps fill out your contact info so we can email you onsight:)

jd_smith58's picture
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Joined: Feb 2006

When you get your check-ups, ask your Doc for some samples. My Dr has given me Viagara, Cialis every time I see him.

Posts: 6
Joined: Nov 2006

go to Rite Aide and buy a Rejoyn pump for something like 139dollars if you have to go out of pocket,,,they work ok

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