NV - Great news and prospects you are firmly in the zero club.
We all have to make our own decisions on all the conflicting opinions. With regards the ED I must say my regret was believing my surgeon/urologist. He claimed that because of my relative youth and excellent physical condition at surgery he gave me 90-95% chance of full recovery of sexual function - "without meds?" - (pause), "yes".
That's not what I have perceived from numerous co-sufferers of ED, post robotic prostatectomy. I haven't heard of any who have got back to pre-surgery sexual vigour at 3 years.
At 6 months I accepted the free trial of V, C and L - they should have been pressed into my hand when the snake was removed in my opinion. Then they should have stopped raising false hopes that recovery of erections was a walk in the park. For a few that may be the case but clearly for most, even younger men, ED will be a battle waged.
I once said I would never consider sticking needles in my penis. The thought, from a mental and spontaneity point of view, was unthinkable. Things change, "never say never" has always been a saying of mine. That has taken on a new meaning. Injections 2 months in, are no big deal and very easy to incorporate into your life. Just saying.....
I wish you well whatever your informed choices are my friend. We are all in a war together.
Post Edited (KickintheButt) : 9/29/2011 2:47:07 AM (GMT-6)