Deeppurple9/Azulvioleta there are indications in the literature that testosterone therapy may be effective in treating veno-occlusive problems. You should maybe inform your doctor/look for an endocrinologist for more info. Here’s a couple of example links to scientific papers reporting promising results:
Testosterone Undecanoate Restores Erectile Function in a Subset of Patients with Venous Leakage: A Series of Case Reports
Quote from the paper:
CONCLUSION: The observations made in these limited series of case reports suggest that testosterone improved erectile function in hypogonadal patients by restoring veno-occlusive function. Prospective, multi-institutional, double-blind placebo-controlled trials in hypogonadal patients are indicated.
Although the link below is a case report concerning a 56-year old hypogonadal man with diabetes, testosterone therapy may also be of use in younger patients. Have you had your testosterone/prolactin/estradiol/etc (full assay) checked?:
Dramatic improvement of penile venous leakage upon testosterone administration. A case report and review of literature
I’d strongly advise you to explore ALL alternatives to surgery.