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Prostate Cancer After Treatment

Coping with side-effects of cancer treatment can be stressful. The following are some recommendations and treatments that may be able to help you. You should discuss with your doctor what to expect after treatment.

What can I do to manage symptoms or side-effects of
treatment?

How can I control my cancer pain?

How can I manage my cancer pain?

How can I deal with the stress of a cancer diagnosis?

How can I deal with the emotional reactions to a diagnosis or cancer?

What are some treatments for nausea and vomiting?

What are some treatments for sleeping problems?

What is erectile dysfunction (ED)?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) after Prostate Surgery
Multimedia presentation (19 minutes) that discusses erectile dysfunction that may occur after radical prostectomy.

What is urinary incontinence?

Incontinence following Prostate Surgery
Multimedia presentation (23 minutes) that discusses urinary incontinence that may occur after radical prostectomy.

What is Advanced or Metastatic Prostate Cancer?

How can I prepare for end of life issues?

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