Note from mod: we're right on the line here. I've snipped a bit. -- PeterDisAbelard
Talk to your doctor and and try getting some Cialis samples from him (if you need tablets at (price redacted)
each you may e-mail me for (details redacted)
Cialis) and take 5 mg. as soon as the Catherter comes out. That works out to (price redacted)
cents per dose (you break them into quarters) and this will hopefully keep good blood flow happening. Viagra is not usually prescribed at this stage since you simply want a maintenance dose in your system all of the time and Cialis is better for that than Viagra. At about
2 months, you should start with a VED. Buy one off of Amazon.com and don't spend more than $125. This will help blood flow and may stop the shrinkage possibility. You may want to try BiMix injections at 3 months if things are not improving. I hope that you are one of the lucky ones, but most of us take a long time to come back from our ED. I was 58 with 0 ED prior to surgery and it took me 16 months to have natural intercouse (with Cialis) and 20 months to have "unmedicated sex". You are correct in getting your ED therapy started over the next few days but please don't get discouraged if things don't work at once. Most doctors don't tell you that it may be somewhat of a long road. If your doctor doesn't take your ED concerns seriously, then you will have to push him. The BEST THING IN YOUR FAVOR is your age and most guys in their 40's seem to respond quicker and better. Good luck.
Bill K. from NJ
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