What to Expect After Prostate Cancer Surgery

Prostate Cancer Surgery

What Happens After Prostate Cancer Surgery? A newly diagnosed prostate cancer patient often have one thing on his mind – prostate cancer surgery. Many patients reached out to us, wondering what they should expect after prostate cancer surgery. According to New York Urologist Dr. David Albala, the most important thing you need to be concerned […]

Survivor Story: How Has Life Changed Since Robotic Surgery for Prostate Cancer


John talks about how life has changed for him after undergoing robotic surgery for prostate cancer Robotic surgery has a lot of advantages over traditional surgery. For most patients, this means not taking care of a large incision and shortened recovery time. Doctors are also able to spare more nerves and work more precisely while […]

Survivor Story: Choosing Robotic Prostate Cancer Surgery


John talks about his decision to undergo robotic prostate cancer surgery There are many options available in treating prostate cancer. Robotic surgery has become much more prevalent in the last ten years. It benefits both surgeons and patients. Surgeons like the enhanced abilities the robot provides, and patients experience much less pain and have a […]

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 […]

What Happens During a Robotic Prostatectomy


How does robotic prostatectomy work? Patients awaiting robotic prostatectomy likely have many questions about the procedure. What parts of the procedure are robotic, and what parts aren’t? Is the robot self-guided, or does a doctor control it? Dr. Richard Bevan-Thomas answers these questions and more in this video. Robotic prostatectomy is the most commonly used […]

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