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ED, BPH, Rx and after Prostate Surgery
An_250027 posted:
historically, oozing semen never forceful but got X WF PG fine

being treated for high BP and Cholestrol last 10-15 years.
9 years ago, diagnosed with ED, prescribed Cialis
5 mg worked just fine,
4 year ago, BPH identified, treated first with meds.worked ok
2 year ago, prostate blocked urine flow, had TURP
minimal sex since.
some BP and other med doses were bumped up including statins.
taken no cialis since
masturbating , start delayed to allow prostate to heal
just couple incidents of bleeding pee when, tightened down on penis.
initially produced precum lubrication, small amount but
with different smell and taste almost like very weak vanilla sauce (much better) than some previous years when nasty smell like chlorine or ammonia or ginko tree.
recently, more masturbating, longer erections, much more ejaculate / lubricant produced, thicker,still good smell and taste. type foods have changed. sometimes wake up with short erection too . could be side affects of meds?,
Had been taking Vesicare up til dropped recently.
wonder if need to have primary care AND urologist discuss possible good or otherwise side effects, of whole med list, regular checkup w urologist coming up in 3 months. also go back to Cialis Rx Any particular questions or issues I might need to bring up regarding? thanks

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