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Can a man ?Still?Father ?Kids after prostate cancer surgery?

Can a man ?Still?Father ?Kids after prostate cancer surgery?

Prostatectomy: Eliminates the organ that produces seminal fluid (the testis makes the sperm). Nerve sparing can allow for erction and orgasm, but ejaculate and juice are eliminated by gland removal. The testis may make sperm that can be extracted to fertilize in vitro. ...Read more

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Dr. Barry Rosen
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Cancer (Definition)

Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more


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How soon can I try sex after prostate cancer surgery?

How soon can I try sex after prostate cancer surgery?

While your: Urologist may have another answer, if you can achieve an erection, you may attempt sexual intercourse. Do not anticipate an ejaculation (which is different from an orgasm), since the prostate makes the majority of the juice in an ejaculate, and your prostate is now gone. It's good you are thinking about sex which means your libido works. Good luck! ...Read more

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After prostate cancer surgery how long before erection is possible?

After prostate cancer surgery how long before erection is possible?

It varies: I've seen return of erections from as soon as one month after radical prostatectomy to as long as two years. The usual time frame i give my patients is closer to the 1.5-2 year window. ...Read more

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What is the mortality rate with prostate cancer surgery?

What is the mortality rate with prostate cancer surgery?

Prostate surgery: It is minimall. Some people say it s close to zero. It is really small. There is an open technique, radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic technique. Although laparoscopy is gaining field, apparently there is a higher rate of urinary incontinence and recurrence with laproscopy. Your urologyst should be able to give you uptodate information on the procedure. Hope it helps. ...Read more

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What important questions should I ask my erologist/surgeon before prostate cancer surgery?

What important questions should I ask my erologist/surgeon before prostate cancer surgery?

Impot, incont, mets: Ask about his statistics on side effects like impotence ( ed), urine incontinence and possibilities of metastasis or recurrence of the cancer. Is it robotic?, is it sphincter sparing? ...Read more

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My friend is scheduled to have prostate cancer surgery in a few days. What should he expect as far as post surgery complications are concerned?

My friend is scheduled to have prostate cancer surgery in a few days.  What should he expect as far as post surgery complications are concerned?

Hopefully few: The most common surgical risks are bleeding, damage to structures/organs surrounding the prostate and post-surgical infection. With the advancement of minimally invasive surgery/robotics, many of these risks have decreased. However, also depends on surgeon experience and patient factors as well. There is also risks of incontinence and erectile dysfunction following any prostate procedure. ...Read more

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How will prostate cancer surgery affect my sexual life?

How will prostate cancer surgery affect my sexual life?

Significantly: It will change. Even if potency is preserved (70% in the best of hands), it will be dry. You need to look at all the options. Cancer doesn't help either. Decide with your partner what is best and go forward with faith! ...Read more

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Post prostate cancer surgery problem bladder neck contracture. Please help me with this?

Post prostate cancer surgery problem bladder neck contracture. Please help me with this?

Depends: Mild BNC urethral dilation. More significant BNC:cystoscopy & making a cut in the scar tissue.Severe BNC:Simultaneous telescope through urethra & through tiny incision above pubic bone & laser incision is done to minimize tissue trauma.Hope you have a minor BNC. Good luck ...Read more

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Have severe stomach/gut pain at night. Started losartan potassium tab 25 mg 1x daily since 4/21.Blood prehad prostate cancer surgery &radiation 3 yrs?

Have severe stomach/gut pain at night. Started losartan potassium tab 25 mg 1x daily since 4/21.Blood prehad prostate cancer surgery &radiation 3 yrs?

Losartan and pain: The chances of your gut pain being due to your low dose of losartan (l) are pretty small. L is a drug of the angiotensin receptor blocker class (arb). Arb's are known to have very few adverse effects and abdominal pain is not one of them. See a physician for the cause of your pain. Good luck. ...Read more

Dr. Moez Khorsandi
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Prostate Cancer (Definition)

Cancer is a new growth of any tissue with an ability to spread - metastasize - along blood vessels and lymphatic channels to near or far sites of the body with never-ending aggressiveness until the host succumbs to death by it or other related problems. Prostate cancer is one of them ranked as #2 cancer (after skin cancer) and & #2 cancer death (after lung cancer). 1 in 6-7 men in ...Read more


Dr. Hirenkumar Italia
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Prostate (Definition)

The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more