Prostate Cancer and Urinary Incontinence After Surgery

Prostate cancer is a serious disease and one of the most common forms of cancer in men. Although a cancer is always a serious thing to deal with, fortunately, prostate cancer is one of the most curable cancers that exist. There are several treatments available to cure it, one of them being surgery. If you are considering having surgery to treat your prostate cancer, you should be aware there are some side effects that you could suffer from, and urinary incontinence may be one of them.

In this video shared by Prostate Cancer Live, watch Dr. David Albala, board certificated urologist in Syracuse, talk about the risk factors of developing incontinence after surgery, the age range of men who are more at risk of developing it and some tips on how to prevent this side effect.

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