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The articles on this page describe sexual changes that may occur after different types of prostate cancer treatment. The page also includes information for partners of patients.

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Dysorgasmia

Pain before, during, or soon after orgasm.

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Anejaculation

Inability to ejaculate during orgasm.

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Erectile Dysfunction

Inability to have an erection that gets firm enough or stays firm enough to have satisfactory sexual intercourse.

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Sexual Incontinence

Leakage of urine during sex.

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Changes in Libido

Changes in libido or sex drive that may occur with prostate cancer and its treatment.

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Finding Help for Sexual Side Effects from Prostate Cancer

Support groups can be extremely helpful for patients and partners experiences sexual changes during the prostate cancer journey.

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Managing Stress and Anxiety for Patients and Caregivers

See a list of techniques and resources to help encourage relaxation and reduce stress and anxiety.

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Sexual Recovery: The Emotional Work

Getting your sex life back on track requires emotional as well as physical work. Feelings of grief are a normal part of the recovery process for men and partners.

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Sexual Recovery: Sexual Function Aids for Women

It’s important to address sexual health needs of both men with cancer and their partners. This may include sexual aids for women.


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