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Is Nerve Regeneration after Prostate Surgery Possible?

Posted by Michele Stewart

Oct 16, 2019 8:00:00 AM

For men, anything involving the prostate can come with fears about what it can mean for their sexual health. While every situation is different, a common concern when undergoing treatment for the prostate or prostate cancer is whether the nerves surrounding the prostate will be impaired, and thus will they experience erectile dysfunction. Here, we explore nerve regeneration after prostate surgery and what to expect when returning to an active and satisfying sex life.

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Topics: Prostate Cancer, Erectile Health

How Long After Prostate Surgery Does Impotence Last?

Posted by Michele Stewart

Oct 14, 2019 8:00:00 AM

If you’ve underdone surgery for prostate cancer, it is likely that you’re experiencing – or anticipating – some level of erectile dysfunction. But, a question you and many men often have is: Till when? How long after prostate surgery does impotence last? Here, we explore the effects of prostate cancer on sexual health and help set expectations to keep you positive and looking forward.

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Topics: Erectile Dysfunction 101, Erectile Dysfunction FAQ, Prostate Cancer

How to Get Better Erections After Prostate Cancer or Anytime

Posted by Michele Stewart

Aug 22, 2019 8:00:00 AM

No matter your age or circumstance, it’s normal to want to achieve firmer, longer-lasting erections. It’s especially common if your erections are not as strong as they used to be or you’re experiencing ED after prostate cancer. Fortunately, there are answers to how to get better erections and make the most of your sexual health—naturally—after a radical prostatectomy or anytime. The following tactics are 100% natural:

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Topics: Prostate Cancer, Erectile Health

How to Use a Pos T Vac to Improve Erections after Prostate Cancer

Posted by Michele Stewart

Jul 31, 2019 8:00:00 AM

After prostate cancer treatment, a common side effect is erectile dysfunction, which can last a few months or a few years. But, as soon as you’re ready, improving circulation and strengthening the penile tissues can be key to both rehabilitation and recovery. Here, we look at how the Pos T Vac penis pump system can help you regain your sex life and return to the life you love.

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Topics: Prostate Cancer, Vacuum Therapy, Erectile Health

Is Sex After Radical Prostatectomy Still Possible?

Posted by Michele Stewart

Jun 4, 2019 8:00:00 AM

If you’ve undergone surgical treatment for prostate cancer, a side effect you may be anticipating is erectile dysfunction. Based on this, it is common to have questions about what exactly that means, and whether sex after radical prostatectomy is still possible. In most situations, the answer is yes. But getting there will take time and patience, and the sensations of sex you had before surgery may feel different. The following are honest answers as you set on your path to recovery.

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Topics: Sexual Health, Prostate Cancer, Mens Health

Three Ways to Navigate Prostate Cancer and Sex

Posted by Michele Stewart

May 28, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Prostate cancer doesn’t cause erectile dysfunction, but the treatment typically does. Depending on which type of treatment you undergo, ED can last a few months to a few years. As a result, questions about just how prostate cancer and sex will go together in this new stage of life are common. The following are three ways to navigate your expectations and your options.

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Topics: Sexual Health, Prostate Cancer, Mens Health

Is Viagra After Prostate Removal My Only Option?

Posted by Michele Stewart

May 23, 2019 8:00:00 AM

If you’re undergone a prostatectomy, you’ve likely been cautioned about the effect the procedure has on your ability to get and maintain an erection. While each case is different, a common question many men have is: what can be done about it? The good news is that it is possible to treat ED despite your health history, and there are both natural and medical solutions. Lifestyle changes, vacuum therapy and medications such as Viagra after prostate removal have all been known to work. Here, we take a closer look at the options and the results. 

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Topics: Sexual Health, Prostate Cancer, Mens Health, Erectile Health

How Long Does Erectile Dysfunction Last After Prostate Surgery?

Posted by Michele Stewart

May 21, 2019 8:00:00 AM

A well-known and expected side effect of prostate cancer treatment is erectile dysfunction. Many men accept this reality and know sex after prostate cancer will involve setting expectations and being patient. Still, a question we often hear at Rejoyn Medical is how long does erectile dysfunction last after prostate surgery, and when can I return to a healthy, active sex life? Here we help set expectations and answer questions surrounding this critical recovery time. 

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Topics: Sexual Health, Prostate Cancer

Is It Normal to Have Sex Problems after Prostate Removal?

Posted by Michele Stewart

Apr 10, 2019 8:00:00 AM

For men undergoing treatment for prostate cancer, it is normal to have sex problems after prostate removal. What’s also normal is to question what effect those problems can have on your health and relationships. Understanding the procedure and the treatment options can help in overcoming challenges and getting you back to a satisfying sex life.

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Topics: How to Talk About ED, Sexual Health, Prostate Cancer, Relationships

Will I Get ED After Prostate Cancer?

Posted by Michele Stewart

Apr 5, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer to occur in men, but there are still a lot misconceptions. A question men often have is whether they will experience ED after prostate cancer. Prostate cancer itself actually has few side effects, especially in the early stages, and does not usually result in erectile dysfunction. Most often, it is the treatment of prostate cancer that results in difficulty achieving erections.

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Topics: Prostate Cancer, Erectile Health


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