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whostosay
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Hello and I'll be posting for advice shortly

Postby whostosay » Wed Jan 23, 2019 11:19 am

Hi everyone. I'm a 61 yo male who underwent a prostatectomy in 2015 and follow up salvage radiation. I still have biochemical recurrence but it has yet to reveal where its hiding. So after the surgical work, I still have my life but I'm left with ED. I'm going to investigate an implant and that's where I have many questions. I've been using trimix successfully but want to explore alternatives.

I've been reading quite a bit but some of the posts are older and I'm not sure what data and statements are factual and relevant today, even if those statements are only 3 years old.

Thanks for this site. I really appreciate it and will post my questions in the implant forum.

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ETGuy71
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Joined: Thu Jul 19, 2018 10:58 pm
Location: Texas

Re: Hello and I'll be posting for advice shortly

Postby ETGuy71 » Wed Jan 23, 2019 11:27 am

Check out YouTube ....just put in penile implant in search window. There are so many procedural videos you can see the whole operation. Dr. Kramer has a lot posted and he explains as he’s doing the implant.
69 yrs old. Diagnosed venous leak. Headed towards implant. Urologist canceled surgery due to elevated WBC’s. I got another opinion. Injected with a different dosing of Trimix. Erection for 2.5 hrs. Going with injections rather than implant.


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