I am not doing injections, but have read a lot about
(I'm 11 months out from my surgery, and currently using Viagra therapy to maintain the penis. I do get a response from the drug.)
Anyway, I've read you need to follow your doctor's advice carefully so you don't get an adverse side effect like Peyronies. Some urologists prescribe injections if drugs fail, but I'm being treated for my ED by a specialist in ED only who says he's not sold on injections. We haven't discussed them in detail yet, but I think he must worry that patients may use them too much, or get the dosage wrong.
You should look at the Frank Talk website. There's a lot of information on injections there, from people like us.
You should look at the auto inject device. That sounds sort of foolproof.
Age at diagnosis-66 Diagnosed 6/16
RALP 10/16 at U of Chicago, Dr. Shalhav. Experienced internal bleeding post op requiring transfusion of 2 units.
Pathology Gleason 3+4=7, tumor volume 15% Margins negative except for one focal margin, .1mm
PSA @ 6 wks <0.02;16 wks <0.02; 5/17 <0.02