thanks for your attention.
i had a surgery to decompress pudendal nerve (i'm cyclist) in august 2006. in the 2nd week after surgery i had morning erections, but not full as before, but it gave me hope to wonder that in the following months my erections would be full again. I used viagra and cialis for sex (not so frequent sex). But using viagra i had full and nice erections 2 years ago. What i noticed during this 2 years is that my penis became smaller and smaller. I thought i would recover and everything would be normal as before but it didnt. I noticed my morning erections were getting less frequent (now i dont have morning erections). Althoug my penis sensations are much better (almost 100% now).
I can have erections with Viagra, but i noticed last year .. my penis is hard but smaller (head of penis doesnt seem so big) and erections became more dificult (slowly) ,maybe spontaneous erections are getting weak and since i dont have normal nocturnal erections during this 2 years, just a guess.
My girl left me last year .. since then i havent had sex so frequently and then not using cialis.
After surgery, Doctor didnt tell me to use cialis twice a week to keep normal blood flow and then avoid penile tissue degeneration. My gues (and reading about
it on internet) that no normal blood flow can cause penis to shrink and shorten. In the last 3 months i noticed my penis is smaller then ever (even in the erect state using cialis/viagra). It made me really sad.
My fear is that my penile tissue is becoming more and more short, loosing elasticity and ability to get filled, leading to permanent ED sooner or later. (i read about
My question is : Even after 2 years of normal erections absense, can i revert or stop this process of shrinkage? After so long time, i thought i would get better but the nightmare is back, i feel things are going to the wrong direction.
thanks a lot!
Post Edited (zandor) : 5/4/2008 8:44:26 AM (GMT-6)