In this article, let’s look again at something many women with bladder cancer experience, dyspareunia. Unfortunately, many women in general are experiencing pain from sex.
Many men are well aware of the physical side effects of prostate cancer, which can include issues like urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction (ED), and bowel problems. But what about the psychological side effects of prostate cancer and, more specifically, those side effects impacting psychological-sexual health?
Through a friend of a friend, the question is “How can a guy keep his erection longer? Would suggesting cock rings be offensive to them?” While I can’t co-sign on cock rings, I explained how the premature ejaculation probably started and I offer one solution to this issue. Enjoy.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is one of the more common sexual issues for men. While ED tends to appear in men who are older, it is more likely to appear in men who are in treatment for prostate cancer. An interesting read…
In this podcast, I discuss a research article that looked at the potential sexual barriers couples have prior to surgery or other treatment and their response to the diagnosis of prostate cancer.