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Re: Sexual dysfunction after surgery

Tony, I do not know your details, but in my experience it took a good 12-18 months to mostly recover from both nerve sparing surgery and salvage radiation. The pills worked fine for 8+ years, but I got tired of the side effects. My wife and I had some moderate issues during the "recovery" time, but all since resolved. There is a website called "Franktalk" (I think that is it anyway) and other forum type sites that would be helpful to you I expect--do the research.

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