You Can Reclaim What the Erectile Dysfunction Took Away- With or Without a Penile Implant

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A Unique Book Offers Hope for Men and Couples Coping With Erectile Dysfunction

MODESTO, Calif., Aug. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Four years after robotic, double nerve-sparing

surgery to treat prostate cancer, Rick was told he'd be impotent for the rest of his life. Convinced he'd lost his manhood forever, Rick felt useless, hopeless, and deeply depressed. He was convinced his wife would be better off without him, but thanks to penile implant surgery, he and Brenda currently enjoy a life of passion and satisfaction that exceeds their greatest expectations.

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Written by award-winning authors Rick and Brenda Redner, Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Erectile Dysfunction & Penile Implants reaches out to the 30 million American men suffering from erectile dysfunction with a message to reclaim and enjoy your sexuality.

After prostate surgery, Rick Redner became one of the 30 million men in the U.S. who suffer from erectile dysfunction. Not only did it rob him of his sense of manhood, it also threatened to derail his marriage, until Rick stumbled upon the medical procedure that would restore his erectile functioning: penile implant surgery.

Rick says: "Erectile dysfunction is a thief. ED takes away physical and emotional intimacy. ED steals your confidence in the bedroom. ED robs you of your manhood. ED walks off with your self-esteem. Far too many men allow their fear, embarrassment or shame, drive them into hiding or self-destructive behaviors. As a result, these men lose the opportunity to benefit from the professional help which could restore their sexuality and manhood."

In a compelling and potentially life-changing new book, Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Erectile Dysfunction & Penile Implants, Rick and Brenda share their defeats, their victories, and the life-changing lessons they learned during their four-year journey with impotence which ended after Rick's implant surgery.

After reading the Redners' story, readers will know how to recognize and overcome the various roadblocks that prevent men and couples from seeking help with erectile dysfunction. They'll discover healthy ways to think, talk about, live with, or cure erectile dysfunction, and how to determine whether penile implant surgery is the right option for them.

Brenda could not be more enthusiastic about the positive changes penile implant surgery has had on their marriage. "Our sexual relationship has blossomed to a point beyond what we could have ever imagined. We have grown to love and cherish each other more than ever."

About the Authors: Rick Redner received his master's degree in social work from Michigan State University. He has spent many years working as a medical and psychiatric social worker.

Brenda Redner received her RN/BSN at Michigan State University. She has worked in oncology, home health nursing, psychiatric nursing, and teaching.

Contact: Rick Redner & Brenda Redner, Email / 209-345-3278


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