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useful after prostate surgery?
  • Due to cancer, my prostate has been removed (about 6 years ago). No sign of cancer since then, but have been impotent since surgery. I use Celias and inject Muse to compensate. I wonder if anyone has experience using this device with similar conditions as i I have? If so what are the benifits and are there any problems?
    If someone can respond, I would certainly appreciate it. Thanks, Ike
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    Originally Posted By: impotent ike
    Due to cancer, my prostate has been removed (about 6 years ago). No sign of cancer since then, but have been impotent since surgery. I use Celias and inject Muse to compensate. I wonder if anyone has experience using this device with similar conditions as i I have? If so what are the benifits and are there any problems?
    If someone can respond, I would certainly appreciate it. Thanks, Ike


    I am in a similar situation, but also had 12 inches of my left colon, not bowel, removed 15 years ago, the prostate 4 years later. It would be helpful to have a medical opinion more as to safety as much as effectiveness. The earlier (not made for Asian) aneros seemed to push a litte more than I would like on where the prostate used to be. The product does cause new erotic sensations. But I do not stick with it long out of conern. Perhaps nerve sparing surgery left enough for effective use of the device. Synchronistic that two people would have a like querry in a space of days. Let's hope we get a answer. EZ
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
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    To Norm and Ike,

    I would strongly urge the both of you (if you've not already done so) to forward your questions to the manufacturer as well. It's possible that they may have some input on this. Between here and there, hopefully you'll get your questions answered.

    BF Mayfield