was the Caverject (given by the ED practitioner) more effective than the Invicorp that you have been self-injecting?
I don't think you should give up hope as there are combinations that you haven't tried yet. But while sorting out what might or might not work in terms of getting an erection, I think you need to learn how to give yourself an orgasm with a non-erect penis. It isn't easy to begin with but practice makes perfect! If not already done so:
- buy a good lube like Durex feel or KY jelly
- plaster the lube on your penis and hand
- concentrate your fingers on the frenulum underneath your penis (either where the foreskin is attached or if you are circumcised, the small lump of skin where the foreskin used to be attached)
- try humping into a folded pillow if your penis is very shrunken and hard to get hold of
You are quite right; it is scandalous that men going onto HT are not advised of how to maintain penile health and are not automatically offered ED appointments. There again, there are large areas of the country where men aren't offered that support post surgery either, and only find out about it by joining this forum. There are also a number of CCGs that no longer offer an ED or andrology service, who refuse to fund vacuum pumps or Cialis one-a-day or limit men to 4 erections a month. The whole system is a postcode lottery.