I hope everyone is doing OK in this crazy world we live in at the moment - hopefully we are at the 'beginning of the end' of this awful pandemic.
I am 17 months post radical Prostatectomy - dry from day 1 and PSA levels <0.01 so all good (one of the lucky ones). Like many of the members on this forum I am still struggling with ED, although there has been steady progress - I am taking Cialis every other day, Invicorp and on the pump for a bit of physio.
I have certainly suffered from a lack of self-confidence and a loss of sex drive (before the operation 3-4x a week, now an attempt 1-2x a month), which I know is expected. My partner is very understanding and again I am one of the lucky ones - trying to use it than lose it!
Anyway, onto my question(s).... There are quite a few options for Testosterone testing now. I wondered are there any benefits of finding out your Testosterone levels (post radical Prostatectomy), what is a normal level, if it is low is it worth exploring some type of Testosterone replacement, is that dangerous (don't want to fuel any flames and cause myself more cancer issues) or indeed worthwhile, or not?
Sorry a few questions there, please excuse my ignorance, just interested to hear if anyone had investigated and knew the pros and cons.