I have been taking Trazadone since 1998, I had a prostectomy last year and have not seen, nor felt a rise since my surgery (day or night). I think that, like most prescriptions, they work differently for every one. I take 50 mg per night, and as with others I take it so that I can sleep. But if it works for some that is great. I would be careful about adding more meds to your life. Body chemistry is very touchy sometimes. As for ED I have been given a script for Cialis, and have purchased a pump. Pump first then maybe the meds.
Wishing you well...
Age: 58 Married 28 Years.
Initial PSA 2.9 elevated to 5.7 before Robotic RP surgery
33% of 1 of 12 biopsy points (left side near bladder)
August 9th Prostectomy with 3D Robotic Surgery
August 16 Staples and cath removed.
October 26 cystoscopy to remove blockage
PSA <0.1 November 17, 2010
PSA <0.1 April 2011