Tall Allen said...
I relish the graphic detail! Too often these things are not discussed openly, and it is the men and their partners who suffer. When urologists look at such things (which is not often), they sometimes ask men to rate how often their erections have been hard enough for penetration. Even among men who are able to muster some penetration, the erections are seldom what they were before prostatectomy. And they don't last as long.
Thanks Allen. There should be techniques to strengthen erection hardness for post-operation men.
AnneAnne, Do,you know about
penile implants and injections? I am a regular at Franktalk. These are 2 regular topics over there.
76 very active. Physically fit. PSA was 6.8 MRI Targeted biopsy 6/17 Gl 4+3 9%, Chose RP, 7/28/17 ,16 lymph nodes & ALL nerves removed, pT3a, pin, negative margins, EPE focal, first psa<.1, 3-10-18 0.05psa, continent, implant at Keck, USC, Dr Boyd 4-17-18