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Big Mike
Posts: 1
Joined: May 2009

I had the DaVinci surgery on Sept 17, 2008...Gleason 4+3, PSA 5.9..Doc said all is terrific, there was a question about the positive area but no breakthru..Both follow ups were <0.1%..
My problem is : I lost my mojo...no erections unless I use the pump (Thank God)...however Viagra is a big zero...just a monster headache and a warm rush feeling..in my face..not the region I need it in..
Am I doing the Viagra wrong? I take a 100 mg pill 30 minutes bfore any fun begins, but nothing happens...then it's off to the mood killer, the pump (Thank God)...
I was anxtra sensual man for the past million years ( I am 62)....forget the dry ejaculation part, I just want my mojo back...
Any help with the Viagra pill would help, tired of reading about all the studs that have erections a few hours after their surgery..

Big Mike

MCSmith44
Posts: 13
Joined: Jun 2009

Try 20 mg. Cialis, the 36 hour medication. The longer time span takes the pressure off of performing within a narrow 3 hour time frame and allows a more relaxed relationship. Addressing mental as well as physical issues might just work for you. At least, it's worth a try.

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ismetals
Posts: 70
Joined: Feb 2009

Cialis does nothing for me. Viagra seems to help. It doesn't seem any different with 1/4 of a 100mg pill or the whole dose. Leitra seems to work well also. Right now I'm concentrating on trying for natural moments and pray for that morning woody again. One not, any alcohol can knock me right out of the game.
Good luck and keep trying

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