Coping With Prostate Surgery Side Effects
Surgery is the most common way to try and cure prostate cancer, but it can seriously affect what you’re working with in the bathroom and in the bedroom. Almost half the men who had their prostate completely removed said life after surgery was worse then they expected, according to a recent study in the Journal of Urology. Their biggest complaints: incontinence and erectile dysfunction. Fortunately, there are ways to manage these side affects.
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Urinary incontinence means you have trouble controlling your urine and may have involuntary leakage. Nearly all men will temporarily experience this after surgery, but the physical and emotional affects are still frustrating. There are three main types of incontinence: