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When done by a competent, experienced prosthetic urologist (meaning one who has had special training in penile implants/prosthetics), no length should be lost. I have an inch less that originally, but that was due to my radical prostatectomy followed by two years of nothing, which caused atrophy. It...
I remember a guy asking me one time, "You know those numbers at the bottom of a condom?" "Numbers?" I responded, "I didn't know there were numbers at the bottom of a condom." He responded with a smirk, "I didn't think you would know." (I had to buy a condom an...
I learned from a doctor who spoke to a prostate cancer support group that I was in that glans engorgement is a completely different process from having an erection. For some men with E.D. after surgery (I assume he was talking about E.D. after surgery) the natural glans engorgement upon arousal retu...
Stubble rubbing against the glans, especially the opening, can be excruciatingly painful. I would try something like a sock with a c0ck ring maybe, one that can be removed when you have to pee.
- Wed Jan 20, 2016 10:21 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Where does the sperm go after RP?
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I have also noticed something else after my prostatectomy: I am much more emotional that before (like I tear up during family commercials at Christmas time, for example). I never understood why, since my testicles are still there producing testosterone. But at a prostate cancer support group that I ...
- Sat Jan 16, 2016 7:56 am
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: Implanted at 38 and concerned about size & revision
- Replies: 154
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I lost an inch from my prostatectomy followed by 2 years of nothing so there was atrophy. My loss of an inch seems to be very common among we guys who had prostatectomies before the introduction of "penile rehab" (so we developed atrophy because of no stretching, vacuum pumping, etc.). In ...