AS your husbands brain relearns and adapts to the new signals it is receiving with the urges to pee, it should begin to to let him go longer periods of time. It has taken mine 2 1/2 years to reach some kind of understanding with my bladder as to frequency. But again, maybe I just got a slow learning brain...
G. is correct, ask for samples of the other ed pills and try them, see if the action or reaction is any different.
I am an
open guy and had a good experience with it, dry the day after catheter removal, recovery normal, the pee urges took some adjusting to, but it does slow down and become much more normal. Now, it is just a normal pattern of urges for me. I suffered with BPE and Prostatitis for 10 years or more, so being able to pee freely and painlessly is a blessing I am grateful for every day. I love pushing the urinal scent block halfway up the back of the urinal...lol. I'd give it 3 to 6 months healing to really get some idea of what he is gonna be left with, as far as continence. For most guys, it's a slow but steady improvement over many months to get completely dry and in control... So practice patience and let the body do its healing cycle.
James C. Age 62
Co-Moderator- Prostate Cancer Forum
Gonna Make Myself A Better Man: www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6cX61oNsRQ&feature=channel
4/07 PSA 7.6, referred to Urologist, recheck 6.7
7/07 Biopsy: 3 of 16 PCa, 5% involved, left lobe, GS 3/3=6
9/07 Nerve sparing
open RRP 110gms.- Path Report: GS 3+3=6 Stg. pT2c, 110gms, margins clear
32 mts: PSA's: .04 each test since surgery, ED Continues-Bimix .3ml PRN or Trimix .15ml PRN