Most Men With Prostate Cancer Avoid Treating Erectile Dysfunction

Most Men With Prostate Cancer Avoid Treating Erectile Dysfunction
Men diagnosed with prostate cancer earned the dubious distinction of being identified as the group least likely to treat their erectile dysfunction. In a 2013 study, Brian Helfand, MD, PhD, an assistant clinical professor of urology at Northshore University Health System and the University of Chicago reviewed the medical records of more than six million men

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Rick Redner received his master’s degree in social work from Michigan State University. He has spent many years working as a medical and psychiatric social worker He is the author of the award winning book I Left My Prostate in San Francisco-Where's Yours? His second book Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Erectile Dysfunction and Penile Implants won the Beverly Hills International Book Awards in Men's Health in 2016. Additionally, the book was a winner in the 2017 IAN Book of the Year Awards.

2 comments

  1. Dennis Savini says:

    Why would you prescribe testosterone to a prostate cancer patient, I’ve been told testosterone feeds thre prostate cancer. I have agressive advanced prostate cancer, for almost a year now, did not like their treatment options, I’m 68. Have been strictly on a vegan diet, lost 25 lbs. no ED. Have trouble urinating sometimes, dry orgasms, a couple a week. Take CO. Orally and suppositories, my pas is high 21 but has remained stable at that number for 8 months now. Wish I never had the biopsy, had NO issues before that!

    • Curtis Kendrick says:

      What sort of issues did you experience as a result of the Biopsy? I’m scheduled for one myself in about 3 weeks & am a little nervous about it…

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