Sex Is Possible After Prostate Cancer—and 5 Other Facts You Should Know

Published Sep 9, 2020

Sex Is Possible After Prostate Cancer—and 5 Other Facts You Should Know

September is prostate cancer awareness month. Sexual side-effects are common after prostate cancer treatment, but they don't have to end your sex life.

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Active surveillance for prostate cancer is a very specific protocol with requirements and guidelines. While this is not ideal for everyone, it may work for certain patients and spare them the side effects of treatment.

Treatment: Watching and Waiting

Active surveillance for prostate cancer is a very specific protocol with requirements and guidelines. While this is not ideal for everyone, it may work for certain patients and spare them the side effects of treatment.

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