Your recovery may seem to be extremely slow. Actually it's not. And you may have to come to terms with the fact that you are not a statistic among all the other statistics. You are your own statistic.
Recovery of any function, UC or EF will take time. Time is the variable. And that time is - YOUR - time.
When I had my RRP and met my GP later, we discussed patients who after RRP leapt off the table with a hard on, and perfect urinary control. He said then, we don't talk about those bsatrads. Made I larf.
What are you doing to encourage and promote your own rehab?
I'm a bit out of touch, but did they used to say, who ever TF they are, that after 1 year or after 2 years your recovery was as good as it will eat? Rubbish. Absolute rubbish.
You can wait for help or you can do whatever you can to help your rehab.
So, exercise it, massage it, manipulate it, swing it, twirl it, do whatever you can to get blood flowing to it, in it and and around it.
A pump, used daily, excellent. Several times a day? Even better Tablets? Cialis daily, if you have them, get through the potential side effects, headaches leg cramps. They may last for a week or three, but the benefits are worth it. Take paracetamol or ibuprofen, but worth persevering with.
Remember this. What you do, or do not do now, may well shape the rest of your sexual life.
It's a tihs position to be in. Most of us have been there. Many of us are there. Do whatever you can to give you hope.