I'm sorry to hear about your accident and the consequences you are still suffering from. It does seem that you likely sustained damage to the nerves controlling erection and ejaculation during the accident. Although the first doctor
you talked to was correct that often this damage heals slowly over time, if you are still not noticing improvement after two years, then the chance of improving is less and less likely. The fact that you do not even have erections while sleeping or when you wake up in the morning provides further evidence that the nerve circuits controlling erection are not working properly.
I would strongly suggest going to see an urologist
about this problem. It sounds like no real treatment options have been offered to you yet, and the urologist will be able to discuss the various options with you. For example, there are now many medications on the market that can be used to successfully treat erectile dysfunction
, even when the cause is nerve damage. Penile surgeries, usually to place implants, are also a possibility, but these are less commonly done given the effectiveness and safety of the erectile dysfunction medications.
Please call your urologist to make an appointment today!