When a spouse or a loved one says that it doesn't matter whether or not you have ED?
Are they being careing? Does it mean that IC is not that important?
Seems like perhaps it is somewhat insensitive to the male and a let down as now he feels what he has been doing in the past was only for himself and not needed by female partner.
Is IC not that important to females? There are many females that do not receive orgasms via IC and perhaps is this the reason for saying it doesn't matter? It somewhat hurts to hear that comment. I think there should be some other way to state what is really meant. My spouse was one to state that it doesn't matter and this sure does not help one's libido.
Females and males, what is your take on this please?
64 years old 100307; healthy; active,
married 41 years, good strong erections before surgery.
DaVinci Prostate Removal February 5, 2007
2/12 samples malignant.
Catheter removal 2/13.
Viagra 25mg every other day from 2/14 to 5/12.
Tried Viagra 100mg on occasion-no erections.
Incontinence almost gone after three months.
No pads, occasional dribble.
Lavitra every other day 5/12 to 7/22.
Muse 1000mcg - no help (50% at best).
Cialis twice a week 7/25 to 11/6/07.
Vacuum pump daily/twice a day 8/2 and going - no help.
Begin Trimix injections, two low dose per week, 11/05/07.
Currently, vacuum pump and low dose Trimix twice per week each.
Trimix in office - 0.10cc. Low dose set at 0.05cc
First drug induced erection 10/8/07....Wow!
Natural erections - 0 as of 10/25/07.
PSA's, three to date undetectable. Thank God!