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... out sheet which my ED doctor gave to me to take to the ER in case of priapism. ... (3 replies)
... thanks, i've been using the injections for about a month, and I've suddenly developed a curvature to the right as well... ... (64 replies)
ED drug use
Mar 18, 2012
... Joedub, First things first: You'll have to try the MUSE by itself to see what percent erection you get out of it. Be aware that MUSE can sting or burn a bit upon insertion and can give a nagging ache in groin area that can be very distracting from your main purpose even if you get good wood. I've used it in the past and it worked OK with 1000mcg giving 100% erection... (3 replies)

... ut the feeling I am referring to "we all know what it is". On the very night of the surgery at home I dropped 100 mg of Viagra ,Doc says he wants me on 50 a day for blood flow. ... (57 replies)
... I'm 3 months out, and Viagra nor Cialas has done anything. On to the pump and the injections. Supposedly I had 3/4 of the nerves spared, but like the supposedly "perfect" reconnection of the urethra (which apparently hasn't been so "perfect"), there is no way to verify the surgeon's claims. Given all that, the pathology and PSA's have been perfect, and that was the main... (6 replies)
... at it will be that way. It was good to hear that Liane's husband is showing improvement after 24 months...that gives me some hope. I had some damage from using injections for about 3 months, so it's made the impotence recovery more difficult, if at all possible. ... (7 replies)
... As for the ED...I started using injections in June, found it to be terribly painful, so the doctor prescribed a that in late July, but haven't been able to get that to work... ... (64 replies)
Post Op results
Sep 15, 2005
... hat I didn't have one on. So, tell your husband to be encouraged, and be patient...this too shall pass...actually, I guess he's wishing nothing would pass!! As for ED...that will probably take much longer...I'm having no success after 6 months. Certainly it's understandable that he might be getting depressed... ... (9 replies)
... Thank you for you kind reply.. My Doctor was able to spare all of my nerves, they are all intact..I am positive that I will be able to resume a normal sex life.. ... (2 replies)
... If yes, I'd say try playing around a little bit to see what happens. It is definitely possible to have an orgasm, even if you can't get an erection for a while. ... (2 replies)
ED & vacuum pump
Mar 26, 2004
... I recently underwent RRP and, for the time being at least, am effectively impotent So far Viagra has had very little effect but if/as nerves heal it may get better. At 47 I'm not ready to give up on sex but the available treatments (injections, penile suppositories etc.) hold little appeal. I would be interested to hear from anyone who has had experience with vacuum pumps. I... (0 replies)
... If the daily doses aren't working, you can try full doses. And if Cialis doesn't work, try Viagra or Levitra. Penile rehab protocols usually call for daily masturbation attempts, and daily pumping if that doesn't work. ... (2 replies)
... of my prostate was involved and ended up being graded as T2c. I was well aware that I would have ED after this surgery but it was the best chance, in both mine and my surgeons opinion to be cured. ... (1 replies)
... It is much too soon for you to declare your equipment dead. It can take a year or more before things stir down there. ... (21 replies)
... it was preceded by surgery. He had a double hit in the ED department. Just before surgery, we went on an overnight get away to Buffalo and bought him some comfy clothes at Kohl's for after surgery. ... (50 replies)
... Like Baptista, it seems that the most debilitating side effect for him is the fatigue. Sometimes it also effects his moods. Going to the gym regularly really helps in both of those areas. ... (50 replies)
... options with a good chance of being effective do exist for your dad. However, sometimes access is a problem. ... (6 replies)
... lateral nerve sparing open prostatectomy by Dr Catalona in Chicago. It was a very difficult decision but it was the right decision for me. Dr Catalona and the staff at the NorthWestern Hospital were excellent during the surgery and recovery process. ... (5 replies)
... I am so glad the results are negative :) The main thing is that the cancer is curable. Side effects are less important in situations like these :) Vuk (72 replies)
... booked for October 13th. ... (72 replies)

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