Wessy -- The 18 to 24 months recovery time for ED after surgery...like 142 said, is just a guideline. Don't give up hope; for some guys, it just takes longer - 3 years even. The stress and anxiety that 142 talks about
, generates adrenaline in you body...and adrenaline is a natural enemy of erections.
I agree with everyone who posted: see what happens with Trimix. According to Dr. Mulhall, Trimix works for 90% of men. It has the 3rd ingredient that Bimix doesn't have - prostaglandin, which makes Trimix more potent. Some men are sensitive to Prostaglandin and therefore experience a painful erection. The amount of sensitivity varies for different men, so the pain level varies. I had a mild ache when I first started using Trimix, but it went away over time. Most men, however, tolerate Trimix well an experience little or no pain. Other options down the line, if Trimix doesn't work are Quadmix and 100% prostaglandin.
Good luck -- Tigerfan
Diagnosed Dec 2010 at age 53
09/2010 PSA 4.8
11/2010 PSA 5.1
11/2010 PSA 5.3 after antibiotics
12/2010 Biopsy: 50% in 1 of 12 cores, PIN, G6, T1c
03/2011 PSA 5.6
06/2011 RALP negative margins, G6, pT2b, PNI
09/2011 PSA < 0.05
12/2011 PSA < 0.05
06/2012 PSA < 0.05
06/2013 PSA < 0.1 (different lab)
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