Can sexual transmitted disease cause bladder and prostate cancer?

Maybe Bladder. Human papillomavirus 16 and 18 infection are associated with cervical cancer. Oropharyngeal cancer and anal cancer can also be caused by hpv. A recent meta-analysis (li, et al, j infect dis july 15; 204(2): 217-223) revealed that infection with hpv 16 may play a role in bladder carcinogenesis, but not conclusive. The role of hpv in prostate cancer is unclear.

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Will having radiation seeds implanted for prostate cancer affect my sexual performance?

Yes. One of the early effects of a seed implant of the prostate is the the ejaculate volume will decrease to almost nothing. It typically does not interfere with erections at east early on but with time, there is an increased chance of impotence that is thought to be a radiation effect. Read more...
Possibly. The nerves around and in the capsule of the prostate will get radiated and there is a 20 percent chance this will effect your sexual function. As far as treatments available the seed treatment has the least probability of effecting sex function. Read more...

Will I be able to perform sexually after I finish radiation treatment for prostate cancer?

Usually. Usually after external beam radiation treatments to the prostate, sexual function is preserved although the ejaculate volume will decrease to almost nothing. Read more...
Possibly. There is a risk of impotence with any prostate cancer treatment even radiation. Whether external radiation or brachytherapy the nerves are radiated and can over time weaken the nerves and cause erectile dysfunction. This depends on whether there were problems before or not and up to 40 percent chance of having issue with an erection. However drugs and other treatments exist. Read more...
Maybe yes, maybe. No. The books say 1/3 to 1/2 "are impotent", but few report potency before treatment. As younger men opt for beam or seeds, and follow up occurs, I am seeing a lot more function than what i read in training. Medications, blood presure, vascular disease, diabetes, age and smoking all play a part. Many continue to enjoy a sexual life long after radiotherapy. Read more...

Can a man be sexually active during the period that he is undergoing treatments for prostate cancer?

Maybe. Most treatments for prostate cancer have a high chance of causing impotence, so both the desire and ability to undergo sexual activity is compromised. Having said that, i don't think sex itself will compromise the efficacy of treatment unless they involve using drugs that counteract the treatment (e.g. Androgens). Read more...
Yes. I assume you mean external beam radiation, the answer is yes for this. Read more...
Sex and postate canc. First, sex is natural and good for you and there is no harm in enjoying sex. Potency has libidinal, neurogenic, and vascular components. Sexual ability before cancer treatment is a guide: many have advanced ED before the dx. Each therapy has risk, and the published information is rarely prospective. Ascribing potency failure looking back is biased. If it worked before, likely will work after. Read more...

What are signs& symptoms of prostate cancer father has history of prostate& bladder ca

SIgns . Signs of prostate cancer include painful urination, difficulty starting and stopping urination, blood in the urine, and groin/low back/hip pain. There is a blood test that is used for screening called psa to detect prostate cancer cells. Psa blood test and digital rectal exams are recommended for all men age 50 and over. If there is a familiy history, early detection is crucial. Read more...
Sx of Prostate Cance. Many prostate cancers produce no noticeable signs and symptoms until late in their course. A psa or other lab test can serve as a useful screen, but imaging and tissue sampling biopsy studies are required, as is a thorough physical exam. It would be best to consult a urologist. Read more...

Which suppliments can be taken for stage 3 prostate cancer bladder incontinence?

None proven. Unfortunately, there are no proven supplements that can help reduce incontinence. Please discuss this with your urologist, as there are medications that may help. Read more...

What suppliments should be taken to treat stage 3 prostate cancer bladder incontinence?

First treatments. Stage iii prostate cancer, when tumor is out side capsule, no noticeable lymph nodes, still amenable to treatments and must under go, then is supplements, healthy living fresh fruits, vegetables, antioxidants, vitamins etc must not neglect proven methods, surgery, or radiation, hormonal treatment, elderly just observation. Read more...
None. It is my belief that supplements will not help incontinence any more than a sugar pill will. Urinary incontinence needs to be accurately diagnosed before adequate treatments can be recommended, either behavioral, medical, or surgical. Read more...