Thanks for your post. I loved the comment about the potholes. That was my exact experience. I think we must have hit everyone of them on the way home!
I'm glad you are doing well. I had the same surgery, the daVinci robot and it went very well. Let us know how the Cialis works for you. I'm still trying to figure out what is the best for me. It isn't the drugs but I'm trying the injections and going to try the vacuum I think.
Hang in there...the cancer is GONE and that is the BEST feeling ever!
Prostate cancer diagnosed in April, 2006 at age 50
Prostatectomy: June 2, 2006
Method: daVinci Robotic Retropubic Prostatectomy
PSA prior to prostatectomy: 8.66
Gleason score: 3+3=6
Cancer in biopsy: 3 of 12 samples
Leakage: a little for the first month or so
Pads used in total: 4
Cialis...that was awful for me...a two-day headache and terrible leg aches for 2 days
Levitra...a headache and flushed face
Neither produced any erection at all
Injections...my urologist mixed 3 meds, kind of like Caverject. That worked and gave me good erections but they were painful, ached for a few hours. The injection wasn't bad at all but the erection was painful.
Vacuum Erection Device...called the urologist today to see if he would perscribe a VED and he said he would...hope this produces good results.
But the BEST part is that I have no cancer...2 followup PSA tests...0.01 and 0.00