Managing Side Effects
Advice for managing the side effects of prostate cancer treatment.
Survivorship: Life After Prostatectomy
Prostatectomy (surgical removal of the prostate) can result in long-term effects including incontinence and erectile dysfunction.
Urinary Incontinence After Treatment for Prostate Cancer
Loss of bladder control (incontinence) can occur after prostate cancer treatment. Here we discuss why it occurs and possible treatments.
Erectile Dysfunction After Cancer Treatment
The article provides information on treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED) after cancer treatment.
Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction After Oral Medication Failure
Erectile dysfunction (ED) can occur after cancer treatments. Oral medications are typically first line treatment, but not all men can take these medications, nor do they work for everyone.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can occur after treatment for prostate cancer. Despite the use of medications, suppositories, vacuum devices or injection therapy you may still suffer from ED. If this is the case, a penile prosthesis (implant) is a treatment option that your urologist may suggest.
Hormone Therapy-Related Hot Flashes
Hormone therapy treatment for breast cancer can lead to hot flashes. This article teaches you more about hot flashes and how to manage them.