Discussion in 'Sexual Health' started by Panama Jack, Jan 3, 2017.
I suppose you might try some medical pills for this
Nine years since prostate cancer surgery and no erections since then. Sex is pretty much past fond memories.
What about med adds? Have you tried some of them? Because sometimes people think it's lost but they wrong.. for example cialis or oral jelly https://kamagrajellyuk.net/cialis ? I know that prostate cancer surgery might have serious consequences but there is hope you still can do something. As I right?
It depends on the type of surgery. There are different prostate surgery methods and if nerve sparing surgery wasn't an option the result is remaining flaccid the rest of your life. It could be the cancerous tumors were imbedded in the nerves around the prostate that triggers erections or there were other complications that prevented a positive outcome. ED meds cannot trigger an erection even though they restrict blood flow leaving the penis. They only help to maintain it after the response is triggered. Now then, it is entirely possible to have orgasms with a flaccid penis because the nerves that triggers erections do not trigger orgasm. That is a different set of nerve endings which are located in the glans or head of the penis. Intercourse is pretty much out but hand jobs, blow jobs, or other penile stimulation tricks can bring about orgasm in men after prostate removal.
After nine years, hand jobs and blow jobs seem to work best -- giving and receiving.
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