I use a very professional off-shore pharmacy and pay less than $2 each for either 36 Hour Cialis or Viagra 100mg generics. I've used them for a long time. They take a credit card, the pills arrive in two weeks via registered air mail, and I've never had any issues. They offer a 10% discount for returning customers. The pills work very well.
I don't believe you need the full 100mg for the daily use, and I cut mine into 25mg quarters with a pill cutter. I've used both the Cialis generic (preferred by my urologist) and the Viagra generic, and both work very well. The Viagra seems to work a bit quicker. I go back and forth a bit, either the daily 25mg Viagra, or the Cialis 36 hour taken every other day.
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I do believe that use of the daily ED meds and the pump are both very important. The pump in particular is a pain and an insult to your sense of masculinity, but I believe it has an important purpose. You hear more and more of urologists adopting this post surgery "penile rehabilitation protocol" of pump and daily ED meds. Having read all the posts in the seven months since my surgery, I would use the pump daily instead of 3 x weekly, if I were to do it over again (Thank God, that's not a possibility).
The whole idea is to keep the area flush with fresh blood to help the nerves heal, not just once in a while, but all the time.
There is a lot of psychological baggage associated with performance, and the pump helps you get past that. For me, the pump always provided a sure thing. That may well be the third part of the rehabilitation, regaining the confidence you once had. Anxiety will kill any unassisted erection.
Testosterone level might also be an issue. Blood can be taken at the same time as the psa test. Insurance covers the test, and even if it doesn't, it's not very expensive.