I am now 21 months past surgery. I use bi-mix injections for ED problems with limited success. I am now dealing with something new and would like some advice from those with similar experience.
I shared my new problems with the Dr last week. I asked if a slightly decreased urine flow was a problem.Also asked about possible plaque build up due to injections.
"Yes", he said. He scheduled a "cyscoscopy" to check for possible scar build up. Also, plaque was happening and he said I should stop or reduce injections. Not good news.
I do not consider the slightly reduced flow significant and find the thought of a cyscostopy to be overkill. Sort of like swatting a fly with a hammer. So I plan to cancel the cyscoscopy appointment, and yes I will eliminate injections for a while. I have heard cyscostopy stories that claim incontinence, bleeding, infection and "worse pain than prostate surgery".
Now my questions 1) how painful and unpleasant is the cyscoscopy? 2) Is the procedure worse than the problem? 3)Is it possible that the plaque build up is somehow linked to the reduced urine flow? 4) Has anyone else been having these problems?
Thanks for your answers