• Ed with Ed Ed with Ed
    October 19, 2008
    ED following back fusion surgery-poor surgical technique versus previous prostate scar?
    Ed with Ed Ed with Ed
    October 19, 2008

    has anyone had a similar experience with back surgery? There is a sympathetic and parasympathetic plexus in front of the aorta which can possibly be damaged in opening the pelvis with an anterior lower abdominal incision. I was not told of this possibility. Cialis and Viagra give borderline results and I reluctant to inject medications.

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  • Monica January 19, 2010
    Monica
    January 19, 2010

    Ed,

    I have had the same thing and would like to discuss this with you.  Did you find any solutions to this problem or did it ever come back?  Are you still available to talk to?

    Thanks!

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    • Ed with Ed
      January 21, 2010
      Ed with Ed
      January 21, 2010

       I have recently tried caverject. It gives a partial erection which is lost upon vaginal entry. Somewhat satisfying other methods are still possible. Oral agents don't work quite as well. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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    • Monica
      January 29, 2010
      Monica
      January 29, 2010

      Is there any way I can get in touch and talk to you about this or give you my phone number and you can call me?  It's actually my boyfriend who had this same thing happen to him and he is just lost and would love to talk to someone about it.  It would be greatly appreciated!

      Thanks!

      Monica

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    • Ed with Ed
      January 29, 2010
      Ed with Ed
      January 29, 2010

      I'm glad to call and discuss it...Ed

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    • Monica
      January 31, 2010
      Monica
      January 31, 2010

      My number is 614-325-6264.

      Thanks!

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