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.
Immediate penile rehabilitation with sildenafil may yield better results after prostatectomy than delaying the regimen, according to new research published in the Journal of Urology.
This study examined the functional and subjective outcomes in patients who had concomitant length and girth restoration with the multiple-slit technique (MUST.)
Most men with localized prostate cancer do not clearly understand the risks associated with different treatment options, according to a recent study in BJU International.