Dyspareunia – painful intercourse – is common in gynecological cancer survivors. However, multimodal physical therapy could offer some relief, according to the authors of a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study. Researchers found that 12 weeks of physical therapy brought significant improvements in sexual function. Treatment for gynecological cancer can take a great toll on […]
Penile Prosthesis Implantation and Timing Disparities After Radical Prostatectomy: Results From a Statewide Claims Database Petar Bajic, MD; Parth M. Patel, MD; Marc H. Nelson, MD; Ryan A. Dornbier, MD; Eric J. Kirshenbaum, MD; Marshall S. Baker, MD; Ahmer V. Farooq, DO; Kevin T. McVary, MD; Gopal N. Gupta, MD; Larissa Bresler, MD FIRST PUBLISHED: […]
Almost half of the men who experience climacturia after radical prostatectomy are bothered by the situation, a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study reports. Climacturia – urine leakage during orgasm – affects an estimated 20% to 93% of men after prostatectomy, the authors said. In many cases, the issue is caused by nerve damage […]
Number of sexual partners, age at first intercourse, and ejaculation frequency appear to influence a man’s risk for prostate cancer, according to new research. The notion that sexual activity might affect prostate cancer risk has been controversial. A meta-analysis published in 2002 reported that increased ejaculation frequency and having more sexual partners were associated with […]
Men with good sexual function before surgery are more likely to benefit from nerve-sparing prostatectomy than those with poor function, suggests new research in the Journal of Urology.
In 2005, Robert Adrianne devised a surgical approach that addresses climacturia, which can be done as an adjunctive procedure to IPP placement. This prospective multicenter, multinational, investigational, pilot study reports on the results of this strategy.