Life Expectancy with Stage 4 Prostate Cancer

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What is a patient’s life expectancy after a Stage 4 prostate cancer diagnosis? A Stage 4 prostate cancer diagnosis is reserved for those whose cancer has progressed outside the prostate to other organs. Usually the cancer is no longer responding to hormonal therapy at this point. There are a variety of medications available for patients […]

Risk Factors for Impotence After Prostate Cancer Treatment

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What are some risk factors for impotence after prostate cancer treatment? Are you worried about impotence after prostate cancer treatment? Are you aware of the risk factors for your particular condition? There are a number of things that may increase your risk for impotence after treatment. Dr. Howard Tay discusses what those factors are and […]

Incontinence after Prostate Cancer Surgery


What type of incontinence do men experience after prostate cancer surgery? Incontinence is when urine leaks out unexpectedly. Men often experience incontinence after prostate cancer surgery. This is generally a temporary condition and goes away with time and some simple pelvic exercises. Dr. Howard Tay describes the different types of incontinence a man may have […]

Treatment Options for Stage IV Prostate Cancer

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What are the treatment options for Stage 4 prostate cancer? A person is diagnosed with Stage 4 prostate cancer when the cancer is in other organs. Often, it is found in a patient’s bones, but can be found all over. There are different treatments available for patients today. Which treatment options are the best depend […]

Treatment Options for Stage III Prostate Cancer


What are the options for Stage 3 prostate cancer? A diagnosis of Stage 3 prostate cancer means the cancer is present outside the prostate gland. Advanced imaging techniques are generally needed to make the diagnosis. Once diagnosed, there are several different treatment options available for patients. Dr. Howard Tay is a Urologist with experience in […]

Treatment Options for Stage II Prostate Cancer

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What are the treatment options for Stage II prostate cancer? If prostate cancer has progressed to Stage 2, that generally means that your doctor has found a lump or nodule on the prostate. Usually the prostate must be removed. There are several ways surgeons can do this. Dr. Howard Tay is a Urologist experienced with […]

Treatment Options for Stage I Prostate Cancer

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What are some treatment options for Stage 1 prostate cancer? Stage 1 prostate cancer is generally the most treatable variety. What do these treatments look like? There are several different methods for treating Stage 1 prostate cancer. Dr. Howard Tay goes over some in this video. From active surveillance to surgery, each person’s treatment is […]

Can I Have Children after Prostate Cancer Surgery?


Having children after prostate cancer surgery. After prostate cancer surgery men are left infertile. Different procedures have different results, but the infertility rate is 100%. If you’re considering having children after your surgery there are options. Dr. Howard Tay is a urologist who has seen men before and after prostate surgery. We asked him for […]

The Benefits of Cryosurgery for Prostate Cancer


What are the benefits of cryosurgery for prostate cancer? What is cryosurgery? Why do some patients have this type of surgery? There are many different types of treatments for prostate cancer, just as there are many types of cancers. Some surgeries offer outcomes that others may not be able to. What are the benefits of […]

Common Symptoms of Advanced Prostate Cancer

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What are some common symptoms of advanced prostate cancer? How do you know if you have prostate cancer? The only definitive way to know if you have cancer is to see a doctor and have some tests done. But, there are some common symptoms of prostate cancer that you should look out for. Dr. Howard […]

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