The man, who calls himself "DoubleDickDude" DDDwas born with diphallia, a rare congenital condition that causes him to have two sex organs. Both penises are in the 6-inch range, but DDD says one can get as large as 7 inches if he's really aroused. DDD also helpfully provided evidence in the form of two extremely graphic photographs that are too explicit to post in the story.
Cancer Can Affect a Man's Erections How cancer treatment can affect erections To learn more about erections, such as what they are and how they form, see Cancer, Sex, and the Male Body.
Surgery Some types of cancer surgery can effect erections. Radical prostatectomy — the removal of the prostate and seminal vesicles for prostate cancer Radical cystectomy — the removal of the bladder, prostate, upper urethra, and seminal vesicles for bladder cancer.
Abdominoperineal AP resection — the removal of the lower colon and rectum for colon cancer. This surgery may require an opening in the belly abdomen where solid waste can leave the body. Total mesorectal excision TME — the removal of the rectum as well as the tissues that support it called the mesorectum for treating rectal cancer Total pelvic exenteration — the removal of the bladder, prostate, seminal vesicles, and rectum, usually for a large tumor of the colon, requiring new openings for both urine and solid waste to leave the body.
These operations can effect erections in different ways. We will go into more detail about this below, along with other factors that can affect erections after surgery.
Most men who have these types of surgeries will have some difficulty with erections called erectile dysfunction or ED. Some men will be able to have erections firm enough for penetration, but probably not as firm as they were before. Others may not be able to get erections.
The good news is that today there are many different treatments for ED that can help most men get their erections back.
Damage to the nerve bundles that cause erections The most common way surgery affects erections is by removing or injuring the nerves that help cause an erection.
All of the operations listed above can damage these nerves. The nerves surround the back and sides of the prostate gland between the prostate and the rectum, and fan out like a cobweb around the prostate.
During surgery the doctor may not be able to see the nerves, which makes it easy to damage them. In nerve-sparing surgery, doctors carefully try to avoid these nerves. When the size and location of a tumor allow for nerve-sparing surgery, more men recover erections than with other techniques.
But even if the surgeon is able to spare these nerves, they might still be injured during the operation and need time to heal. Even when the nerves are spared, research has shown that the healing process takes up to 2 years for most men.
We do know that men are more likely to recover erections when nerves on both the left and right sides of the prostate are spared. Other things that affect erections after surgery Age: But for the most part, the younger a man is, the more likely he is to regain full erections after surgery.
Men under 60, and especially those under 50, are more likely to recover their erections than older men. Strength of erections before surgery: Men who had good erections before cancer surgery are far more likely to recover their erections than are men who had erection problems.
If you have painful erections, ask your doctor for help finding a urologist with experience treating this disease. Early penile rehabilitation after surgery Studies suggest that different methods to promote erections starting within weeks or months after surgery can help some men recover sexual function.
You may hear this called penile rehabilitation, or erectile rehabilitation. Any kind of erection is thought to be helpful.
An erection pulls oxygen-rich blood into the tissues of the penis, helping keep this tissue healthy. As mentioned before, the recovery time for erections after surgery can be up to 2 years. If a man does not have an erection during this time period, the tissues in his penis may weaken.
Once this happens, he will not be able to get an erection naturally. The idea of penile rehabilitation is to use some type of medicine to be sure that a man is getting regular erections while his nerves are healing. This helps keep the tissue in the penis healthy. Most studies have suggested using medicine to get an erection hard enough for penetration about 2 to 3 times a week.
The erections do not need to be used for sexual activity; the goal is to keep the tissue in the penis healthy. But these drugs may not produce an erection because they need the nerves responsible for erections to be healthy.
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