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I am new to this. I have some past medical issues that may be a factor... prostate cancer successfully treated with radiation 15 yr ago left me with reduced libido and erections that were substandard. I have been using the aneros since early this year with intermittent success. . no super O for sure and varying levels of pleasure. wondering if the past cancer treatment could be an issue here. . . . 


   
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I have some past medical issues that may be a factor... prostate cancer successfully treated with radiation 15 yr ago left me with reduced libido and erections that were substandard. ...wondering if the past cancer treatment could be an issue here. . . . 

I can empathize with your situation, I too was treated for prostate cancer back in 2008 and have suffered a similar lamentable state of being. Yes, it is very likely that you will not experience the same level of pleasurable activity as you would have with a healthy prostate, but you can still receive some pleasure from Aneros use. I know that my radiation treatment has killed off a good percentage of the nerve network surrounding my prostate at this point I would guess about 40% and unfortunately sensitivity is still decreasing over time. Prostate orgasms are becoming less frequent but I can still have them when environmental conditions are optimal. I believe you just have to go forward with a positive attitude and with gratitude for whatever level of pleasure you do receive from these massagers.

Good Vibes to You!

 


   
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what about orgasms from other body parts? I know they can be more elusive and the “paradigm shift” is greater still but since nerve endings are everywhere, isn’t it possible to re-wire other body parts where nerve endings are intact? I ask knowing that it’s possible, but not knowing what the effect of damaged prostate nerves and the ensuing loss of sensation and libido has on other re-wiring other body parts. for example there are men here—myself included—who are able to have fantastic orgasms through nipple stimulation alone. Is it easier for those with a fully functioning prostate nerve network because we are subtly stimulating our prostate a through pc clenches, or because there is some sort unconscious feedback loop, or because of overall libido? 


   
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I to am a prostate cancer survivor, Brachytherapy 2013. I would say don't be discouraged. I have found that like a blind person, whose hearing is enhanced, the same is true for the prostate. Also cut my finger off in 97 and had it reattched, and I understand the the nerve growing process. The more you use your aneros the more the nerves will improve and grow. Not like they were but a work around. My prostate nerves seem to be growing since I started aneros bout a year ago. Mean  time my rosebud Os or what ever they are, are so erotic and fulfilling. Feels like I'm being rimmed by an expert. Thats what I mean blinds better hearing  


   
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@rumel that experience is very similar to mine. yr observations are welcome. Oddly,   I do notice that the more frequent my sessions are the less intense they are. Not sure if that's related to my "issue." But it is apparent. . . Thanks for the observations. I am not giving up; I have had a couple very nice "crests" that have been appealing


   
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My heart goes out to you brothers who have dealt with prostate cancer. I have family who went through it and especially now that I have experienced immense levels of pleasure through this practice (much appreciation to the crew around here for all the advice and pep talks btw) and I can only imagine your sense of loss. 

Divine_o tagged my curiosity about nipple play for you. I am curious where that might lead if you are dealing with loss of prostate sensations.  Using the womanizer premium on autopilot on my nipples takes me to some really pleasure filled places. Maybe it would be worth a try.


   
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Sympathize with your situation, I'm not a doctor, but I suppose it can be because of the cancer and cure


   
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