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 […]

Treatments to Help Achieve Erections after Prostate Surgery


What types of treatments are there to help achieve erections after prostate surgery? There are a number of treatments available to help men with erectile dysfunction. Several different drugs are currently on the market that help maintain an erection. Cialis and Viagra are among those most commonly used. Penile pumps are another tool that can […]

Benefits of Robotic Surgery and Open Surgery for Prostate Cancer


A closer look at the benefits of robotic and open surgery. Robotic surgery and open surgery each offer several benefits for prostate cancer treatments. Robotic surgery surgery and open surgery  several benefits including less blood loss and a shorter hospital stay. “Typically, in robotic surgery, the blood loss is from 150 to 200 cc and in […]

Sling Procedure for Incontinence after Prostate Cancer Surgery

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What is the sling procedure for incontinence after prostate cancer surgery? Incontinence is common for men after prostate cancer surgery or radiation. If you are undergoing either of these procedures you should expect to have some issues with incontinence. There are different degrees and types of incontinence. This is a treatable condition. If a man […]

Some Short and Long-Term Complications from Prostatectomy


What are the short and long-term complications from prostatectomy? Are you going to have a prostatectomy? Do you know about the short and long-term complications? These procedures are necessary, but there are some things you need to know about life after treatment. There are several types of complications that tend to follow this surgery. Doctor […]

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 […]

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 […]

Erectile Rehabilitation Options after Prostate Cancer Surgery


What types of erectile rehabilitation options are available after prostate cancer surgery? The preservation of a man’s ability to achieve and maintain erection is one of the goals of prostate cancer surgeons. Many men can achieve erection soon after their surgery. This isn’t always the case. But, there are several different erectile rehabilitation and re-invigoration […]

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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