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If you had prostate surgery and are now experiencing erectile dysfunction, there are treatments available to help. Learn more about your options and find a solution that works for you.

Erectile Dysfunction After Prostate Surgery

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem for men who have undergone prostate surgery. The good news is that there are treatments available that can help. In this article, we will look at what causes ED after prostate surgery and the different treatment options that are available.

What causes ED after prostate surgery?

The prostate is a small gland located in front of the rectum and below the bladder. It is responsible for producing a fluid that makes up part of semen. Prostate surgery involves removal of the prostate gland. This can be done in several ways, including:

  • Radical prostatectomy – this is the most common type of prostate surgery. The prostate and some of the surrounding tissue is removed.
  • Laparoscopic prostatectomy – this is a less invasive type of surgery, where small incisions are made in the abdomen and a laparoscope (a thin, flexible tube with a camera) is used to remove the prostate.
  • Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) – this involves removing part of the prostate through the urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body).

ED is a common side effect of all of these types of surgery. This is because the surgery can damage the nerves and blood vessels that are responsible for erections. In addition, the surgery can cause scarring and inflammation, which can also lead to ED.

Treatment options for ED after prostate surgery

There are a number of different treatment options available for ED after prostate surgery. These include:

  • Oral medications – such as sildenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis) and vardenafil (Levitra). These medications work by relaxing the blood vessels and increasing blood flow to the penis, which helps to achieve and maintain an erection.
  • Intraurethral pellets – these are small pellets that are inserted into the urethra. They work by relaxing the muscles in the penis and increasing blood flow to the area. This helps to achieve and maintain an erection.
  • Injections – these are injections of a medication called alprostadil. Alprostadil is a vasodilator, which means it relaxes the blood vessels and increases blood flow to the penis. This helps to achieve and maintain an erection.
  • Vacuum pumps – these pumps create a vacuum around the penis, which draws blood into the area and helps to achieve an erection. A ring is then placed around the base of the penis to maintain the erection.
  • Penile implants – these are surgically implanted devices that can be used to achieve and maintain an erection. There are two types of implants available:
  • Semi-rigid rods – these are implantable rods that can be bent into position. They are not as common as inflatable implants.
  • Inflatable implants – these devices have two cylinders that are surgically implanted into the penis. The cylinders are connected to a pump that is implanted under the skin of the scrotum. When the pump is activated, it fills the cylinders with fluid, which causes the penis to become erect.

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00:00 Overview

00:21 How does Prostate Surgery cause erectile dysfunction

02:04 Viagra (The Blue Pill)

03:55 Trimix Injections

04:31 Surgery

05:12 Shockwave Therapy

05:50 Hormone Balancing

07:40 The P-Shot

08:18 Which treatment is best for you?

9:12 The minim protocol

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