Men underestimate sexual dysfunction risks of prostate surgery

By Andrew M. Seaman Reuters Health – Men with sexual dysfunction after prostate cancer surgery are often surprised to learn that the surgery had put them at risk for those problems, a new study finds. The men in the study had come to a sexual health clinic because of problems they were having after removal of a cancerous prostate gland. Researchers who quizzed them about the sexual function information they had received preoperatively found that the men had “largely unrealistic expectations” about their sexual health after the surgery, like whether they’d be able to achieve erections.
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