Sperling Prostate Center

Category: Prostate Cancer

Put an End to Overtreatment

“There is increased use of radiotherapy among patients with indolent prostate cancer with limited to no correlation with tumor biology.” This conclusion was reached by a research team out of UCLA after studying the treatment choices of 37,621 patients.[i] In fact, over half (57.9%) of the men were sent for radiation, while 19.1% had a keep reading

Life After Prostate Cancer Surgery: Regaining Control of Your Pelvic Floor Muscles

Urinary incontinence is not uncommon following surgery for prostate cancer treatment. Many men would regain control of their bladder between 6 to 12 months following surgery. Here at our prostate health center, we encourage men who just underwent surgery to improve symptoms of urinary incontinence through steps that will help them regain control of their keep reading

Quick Look on Possible Urinary Problems After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Although urinary problems are common before your prostate cancer diagnosis — from dribbling urine to trouble passing urine due to an enlarged prostate, many men still find themselves having bladder difficulties after surgery or radiation therapy. Here at our prostate health center, we encourage patients to be more watchful of their urinary habits following treatment. keep reading
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