Jalvarado, welcome to HealingWell, and sorry to hear you're having to deal with this.
It would be helpful to know more about you. You'll notice that most of us include a "signature" below our posts to provide a bit of personal history. Age, Gleason score, biopsy results, personal history, all of these things would help us communicate meaningfully with you.
As for the sexual question: some men recover sexual function, some recover some degree of function, and some never recover sexual function at all. If you're young, have a relatively early stage of cancer, are currently performing well sexually, you can be hopeful about a good recovery in this area. However, even in worst case scenarios, there are ways of dealing with the problem, ranging from ED medications, to injections, to penile implants. I think it's fair to say, though, that for most of us sex is never quite the same after surgery, so enjoy these last five days.
I'm sure others will be adding their thoughts soon. You should also check out this thread posted by Casey59: https://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=35&m=2652250&g=2784998#m2784998
Dx June 2010.
PSA rose for 3 years to 6.2
Bx shows cancer in 6 of 12 cores, all left side
Gleason 7 (3 + 4)
Negative margins; negative seminal vesicles
5 brothers, ages 52-67 ; I'm only one with PCa
Continence after 7 weeks.PSA 1/3/10: <0.01; 6/12/11: <0.01, 1/26/12: <0..01; 10/12: <0.01