defiant wrote:I really hope so man. Because what good will the implant even be if I can’t cum to completion.
Defiant, I advise you to not worry about that. Not at all. Even if your sexual experiences change character (mine did, as I describe below), the enjoyment is still there. Just different, but still as (or more) enjoyable than before.
I used to orgasm easily (and far to quickly to truly please mo lover). Now, post-implant, I take much longer (sometimes 20 minutes or so) and sometimes never orgasm at all (maybe 20% of the time).
Aside: That 20% is to be decreasing over time. I suspect some nerve damage that is healing. I so not detect any decrease in sensation, though, so infer that the nerves that control orgasm are the ones recovering from the trauma of surgery.)
I do not mind one bit when I do not have an orgasm.
My girlfriend minds. She like the validation of my orgasm and tells me she can feel my glans pulsing inside her and that often brings her another orgasm.
I used to really enjoy fellatio much more than I do after implant. My girlfriend was able to give me an orgasm for the first time orally after more than 6 months of being together. She adores oral and wants to do me every time we are together.
So, when you ask, what's the point if I can't cum, I respond that the connection you establish with your partner is the point. Orgasms are the gravy. The meat is the relationship.
Having said that, HER orgasms have always been more important to me than my own, even before E.D. put me on the sidelines.
So, even if I never orgasm again, the implant is a blessing to my sex life and my life in general.
Having said that, getting an implant is unlikely to leave you with permanent (or even temporary) anorgasmia.