Hello My first post, but I have been following the site for almost 2 years and have found answers to many of my questions in your posts. Well here is my story and at the end my question.
2015 bad bladder infection, fixed after 3 sets of antibiotics 2 of 1 week 3rd of 4 weeks, later GP checkup found PSA very high referred to urologist had usual bladder flow tests, decided to treat with Finasteride and Tamsulosin in 6 months got PSA down to 4.4, I did not have a biopsy and was put down for a TURPS as it was decided I had BPH.
I researched and found better more upto date treatment such as Urolift etc and had my GP refer me to another consultant where i was immediatly taken of the drugs which I had been taking for 9 months by then and eventually able to manage my BPH symptoms so the proposed surgery was put on hold and now just watching my PSA which 6 months ago was 5.5.
However by then my E.Disfunction which had been managable for 20 years had been devastated by the above drugs and last November ejaulation problems began to appear which I did not recognise as such putting it down to poor quality erections. Also the Viagra and or Tadalfil became it seemed less effective, due to posts and answers seen on here I purchased an Imedicare vac pump and used it for just exercise which has helped in maintaining a erection using Viaga and unfortunatly was again masking the fact I was also suffering from advancing delayed ejaculation. I saw my GP and I was sent back to the consultant in Febuary of this year who in turn refered me to his collegue in the Andrology clinic who I saw in August by which time ejaculation was occuring only occasionally and taking longer to reach. The outcome of this consultation was just wait and see what happens and he would see me again in 4 months so I expect an appointment for hopefully December. At this point in time despite having intercourse for between 30 and 40 minutes spread over 3 or so erections there has been no orgasm or ejaculation for over 2 months. This problem is very poorly researched and only 3 drugs have been noted as maybe helpfull all of which are not licenced for this use in the UK.
So here is the question, has anyone else had any problem of this nature, if so did they find something to improve the condition and in anticipation of my next appointment with the Andrology clinic I will get blood tests via my GP, apart from the usual blood tests for PSA, Testosterone, Diabeties, does anyone know of anyothers I should ask to be included.
I know my problems are minor compared to others on the site but any advice with a distressing problem will be much appreciated