DaveKell wrote:... but I'm certain few of you are capable of helping me take it any farther along. In a way it seems I no longer need what I originally came here for. The ongoing journals of everyone's advanced sexual prowess aren't going to get me anywhere from here on out.
...I feel there is little more I can contribute over what I've posted so far. I'm glad my comments about my radically new sex life have given some hope and encouragement.
...I doubt whatever I'd share would profoundly help anyone.
I thank you for a most heartfelt and enlightening post and beg you to stay as a contributor to Frank talk
My reasons are shown by the excepts taken from your post. I disagree with what you wrote.
There are plenty, not a lot I will admit, but plenty of postings from men (and a gew women) who have commented on the changes made in their relationships after implantation. I have probably going to take place but the support group could use more men of such sensitivity as yourself to tell the stories of recovery from Ed and restoration/renewal/growth of their relationships after treatment.
After all, erectile ability within a relationshp is about about SO much more than hydraulics.
When you have the time, please share with us the story of the recovery of your relationship with your wife as much as you and she are comfortable with.
We sufferers of ED concentrate on the runup to treatment but often give little thought to the aftereffects of being made whole again. Recovery from Ed is a life changing event and examining ourselves in the time afterwards is just as important as the before.
So, please share with us. I believe you're a valuable resource to Frank talk and the support group would be lesser for your absence.
Thanks for reading and for considering my thoughts.
PS. Forgive any spelling or grammar mistakes. I am 3 days post op and typing on my tablet while horizontal is difficult