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Excision / Grafting Surgery - numbness
« on: February 28, 2020, 01:17:47 PM »

I’m 3 months out from surgery.  It was successful and I am now straight for which I am very grateful.  What I am wondering about is the numbness that still exists.  I can get an erection although it is not as firm as before.  I have had a couple of orgasms but have to work a lot harder to achieve.  Last 3 episodes have not resulted with O.

 Saw the doc yesterday and he said some of the numbness should go away but that it might not resolve 100%. He gave me a script for Cialis to see if it would help with firmness. 

Just wondering what others have experienced, and if there is anything else I could try, other than to simply wait for more healing to occur (which may be the ticket).  If this is the new normal I could live with it (I think) - my wife likes the much longer sessions.   Thanks for any comments. 
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Age 65.  Peyronies started 2017.  No specific injury.  90 degree upward bend.  4 rounds of Xiaflex & Restorex. Cauterization and grafting on 12/9/19 - resulting Erectile Dysfunction.  Had implant 11/17/20 - Coloplast Titan 18 cm with 2cm RTE on right and 1.5cm on left

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Re: Excision / Grafting Surgery - numbness
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2020, 02:39:58 PM »

It took me a good 5 months for the numbness to go away.  I also had pelvic floor therapy which helped a lot
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47 yrs old, 3 yrs diagnosed
Xiaflex w/original uro resulted in a fracture
Excision/grafting by Dr Faysal Yafi 3/26/19
Implanted by Dr Yafi 8/11/20, Titan 20cm + 1cm RTE

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Re: Excision / Grafting Surgery - numbness
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2020, 03:41:19 PM »

Was it the daily cialis or the on demand one? watch out if you are going to have sex with a penis not being fully rigid!

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Re: Excision / Grafting Surgery - numbness
« Reply #3 on: February 28, 2020, 03:49:02 PM »

TDix - how does pelvic floor therapy help with numbness?

Prfact - on demand.  Oh yeah, I am careful
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Age 65.  Peyronies started 2017.  No specific injury.  90 degree upward bend.  4 rounds of Xiaflex & Restorex. Cauterization and grafting on 12/9/19 - resulting Erectile Dysfunction.  Had implant 11/17/20 - Coloplast Titan 18 cm with 2cm RTE on right and 1.5cm on left

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Re: Excision / Grafting Surgery - numbness
« Reply #4 on: February 28, 2020, 04:12:30 PM »

After surgery your pelvic muscles are in a constant state of tenseness as an involuntary reaction to trauma.  Nerves need to heal and regenerate.  Relaxing those muscles help blood flow and healing which in turn helps with your numbness
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Xiaflex w/original uro resulted in a fracture
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Implanted by Dr Yafi 8/11/20, Titan 20cm + 1cm RTE
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