PE and IPP ?

One out of Three men in America suffer with PE. It's the largest sexual dysfunction there is. Since there is no discussion board dedicated to PE so far, we will try to fill the need here!

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PE and IPP ?

Postby billylee » Fri Dec 06, 2013 4:59 pm

Anyone know what it is like to have implant AND suffer from PE? My local uro thanks PE would improve because of the mental boost knowing that erection is not to be lost. That theory makes sense, and I realize with climax, "the bunny keeps on going" yet I really wonder how it plays out in real life. PE along with retrograde ejaculation from TURP is unique to say the least, couple that with implant, well I just wonder how it will net out.
71, ED & PE worsened with age, TURP 2008, Prostrate 1.18, T-544,
Coloplast Titan OTR 21 cm (20+1 cm rear tip extender) on 3/11/2014 by Dr. Allan Morey UT-SW Medical/Dallas

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Re: PE and IPP ?

Postby billylee » Tue Dec 31, 2013 5:45 pm

Really???.....no post-implant person here who had/has PE?

billy
71, ED & PE worsened with age, TURP 2008, Prostrate 1.18, T-544,
Coloplast Titan OTR 21 cm (20+1 cm rear tip extender) on 3/11/2014 by Dr. Allan Morey UT-SW Medical/Dallas

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Re: PE and IPP ?

Postby Frank Talk Admin » Tue Dec 31, 2013 11:46 pm

Billy
I am surprised no one responded, but since no one else answered, I will!
Frankly, an implant will cure the effects of PE. Since your erection does not go away after ejaculation, it no longer matters when you climax, you will still be able to have intercourse and enjoy it. Chances are, after a few minutes you will be able to orgasm again.
So, will the implant STOP you from an early ejaculation? Maybe...maybe not....but I'm guessing probably not. But the good news is that it no longer matters! You will stay erect and able to have sex and it will not matter at all.
Does this help?
paul

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Re: PE and IPP ?

Postby billylee » Wed Jan 01, 2014 10:34 am

Appreciate the reply Paul. I believe you & I are thinking along the lines of the Uro Nurse Practitioner I see, who believes the ability the IPP gives may override the "worry". It does make sense. IMO, PE is just another "branch" of ED and the more you deal with it, the worse it becomes. I believe this is true to spouses who console us men who have ED, they tell it is alright, but the more we fail, the more they truthfully have less desire to let us try....again, just my opinion.

You have helped with reply and I appreciate it. I believe there is another FT member out there with the same situation as I, but perhaps they have just not read my thread jor do not want to reply. I would dalso like to find someone on FT who not only has/had PE, but also has had TURP so also has retrograde ejaculation....the two coupled together can make climax somewhat of a strange event.

Here's another question for you in regards to PE with IPP.....if one does have a PE moment while inflated, will glan soften enough to interfere with intercourse? I suppose the answer is more in the ability of individual to just overcome and learn to master continuing.

Thanks again.

billy
71, ED & PE worsened with age, TURP 2008, Prostrate 1.18, T-544,
Coloplast Titan OTR 21 cm (20+1 cm rear tip extender) on 3/11/2014 by Dr. Allan Morey UT-SW Medical/Dallas

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Re: PE and IPP ?

Postby Lost Sheep » Sat Apr 15, 2017 6:18 pm

billylee wrote:(edited for brevity) I believe there is another FT member out there with the same situation as I, but perhaps they have just not read my thread jor do not want to reply.
billy

I don't have an implant, but because of decreasing erectile ability, do have PE. Here's how it works (for me).

My PE comes from (I concluded after thinking about it for a LONG time) this:

I could get erections, but they collapsed after a short time. As the years went by, the time was shorter and shorter.

In order to keep an erection for any length of time, more and more stimulation was required.

Before long, the amount of stimulation to keep my erection because more than could be resisted for orgasm/ejaculation.

After orgasm, of course the erection was gone.

Before the year is out, I hope to be able to answer the original question. But right now, my speculation is that with an enduring erection, I could slow stimulation enough to delay ejaculation. However, stimulation is not just for me, but for my partner as well. So, my orgasm (I expect) will not be my primary focus, but her orgasm.

Good luck
Lost Sheep
AMS LGX 18+3 implant Nov 6, 2017 by Dr Tavis Shaw. Spent 14 months researching in effort to optimize outcome. After 30 yrs of progressive unrecognized ED I will do this RIGHT ,as there is no second chance with one's first.


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