I had my prostate removed almost 10 years ago with robotic surgery, and from the day the catheter was removed, I was getting rock solid erections without any viagra, and to this day, I still get them, and I am now 65. With respect to orgasms, they are very different now, but in my case, I think they are much better now.
Before I had my prostate surgery, when I had an orgasm, I would have an orgasm and ejaculate with maybe 2 or 3 pulses of pleasure, and with nothing more then a dribble of semen.
Today, without my prostate, when I have an orgasm, YES I still ejaculate, but now it is with urine and much more plaesurable. If my bladder is full when I have my orgasm, I can ejaculate urine across the room like a fire hose with 4 or 5 pluses , and with much MORE pleasure now, then I ever felt when I had my prostate. It is really incredible how much more pleasure I feel now.
Now I know everyone is thinking "Oh how gross, you ejaculate urine, this is nasty and gross" Well that's exactly what I felt also after my surgery, but when I talked with my uro, she told me that urine is 100% sterile and it is not uncommon for men to ejaculate urine after prostate surgery. This is a little known side effect that no ones tells you about
My uro told me and my wife that if you ejaculate urine inside your partner's vagina , it can't hurt her because there is no bacteria in urine because it is 100% sterile. Also she told us that before having sex, if this bothers you a lot, just void your bladder, and try drinking a lot of water a few hours before sex to dilute any urine you do ejaculate so there is no odor.
At first my wife was grossed out by this and very apprehensive , but when she saw how much more pleasure I had when I ejaculated urine, now she has no problem and finds it rather sensual.
To add some realism , I found that if I add white food coloring to the water that I drink before having sex, when I do ejaculate , my urine comes out almost pure white which gives the appearance of real semen.
Overall, orgasms for me after my surgery are better now then before.
Post Edited (NY-Sooner) : 3/10/2017 12:20:32 PM (GMT-7)