I had surgery to remove my prostate in December 2013. In many ways I have been very lucky. The operation went very well and not too much nerve damage from what I can recall. I was dry almost immediately after my catheter was removed. I was introduced to the vacuum pump very early on and after a little practise found that it would work 95% of the time. Found the rings a little uncomfortable and not always able to achieve penetration but any sensation of a climax had gone completely. Tried various forms of medication but my reaction to these was extreme in every case and no sign of an erection at all. The result of this is that my libido is zero absolutely zero. I did and do discuss the problems with my wife and she has been very understanding. I have turned to various types of counselling but none of these have been of any use at all. Other than the lack of interest in sex I lead a very active and fulfilling life. We had a satisfactory sex life before the operation and I just can't understand why I appear to be so disinterested now. Obviously my wife has asked me the question of whether it is her fault and I can honestly say that it isn't. I do not appear to have any desire for any woman at all no matter what their age, shape, personality, looks etc. I am considered a very happy person but this lack of any sexual feeling is getting me down.
I have read the various posts on here but I haven't come across anybody who appears to have had the same experience as myself and my wife.
Any suggestions please?
Edited by member 19 Feb 2017 at 14:33
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