From the prostate cancer experts at Johns Hopkins'
James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute
Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment
Presenting the latest thinking on erection rehabilitation after radical prostatectomy, plus answers to dozens of questions from patients on sexuality and prostate cancer
From the desk of Jacek L. Mostwin M.D., D. Phil. (Oxon)
Medical Editor of The Johns Hopkins Prostate Bulletin
First you suffered the shock of your prostate cancer diagnosis. Then treatment -- radical prostatectomy, brachytherapy, or external radiation.
Now it's several months since your prostate cancer surgery and you're starting to worry.
While your physician assures you that your prognosis is excellent, with each passing week it becomes increasingly obvious that you are not able to achieve an erection.
While nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy has significantly improved the likelihood that you regain erectile function, it might take a while. For 60% to 85% of men, the average wait is about 18 months. For some men it can take two years or longer.
Now the good news: If you're struggling with erectile dysfunction (ED), you need the most current, reliable information on your treatment options, so you can make informed decisions about your sexual future.
That's why my fellow prostate cancer specialists and I have written Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment. It contains vital information you won't find anywhere else.
This information is so crucial to your decision-making process that Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment is available to your right now as an instant digital PDF download.
REAL questions from REAL patients
For every man who is worried about the possible loss of erections after a prostate cancer procedure . for every man who has already lost his ability to have an erection . for every partner who ever wondered what to do .
Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment is designed to explore the full range of your treatment options - cutting edge therapies, such as erection rehabilitation, effective oral medications, injection therapy, penile implants, and more.
And we include dozens of real questions from prostate cancer patients -- the same questions that are on YOUR mind now as you struggle to overcome ED.
We don't mince words. Talking about sexual function may have been taboo in the past, but you'll find that Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment is fresh, frank and direct.
Here are just a few of the important patient questions we answer in detail:
. When can a man expect to have a hard erection following a radical prostatectomy?
. Following prostate cancer surgery, can a man achieve orgasm without an erection?
. Are oral medications such as Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis effective for men who have erection difficulties following prostate cancer surgery? What's the right dose? What if the erection medication isn't effective?
. Why is there a delay in complete return of erectile function following prostate cancer surgery?
. Following a radical prostatectomy, when should a man begin penile rehabilitation?
. Is everyone a candidate for oral erection medication?
. What is vacuum erection therapy (VED) and how does it work?
. What about injection therapy? Isn't it difficult to persuade a man to inject his penis?
. What is MUSE and do you recommend it?
. What happens if an erection will not go down after 90 minutes and you develop priapism?
. How does an inflatable penile implant work?
. What are the pros and cons of the penile implant?
. Why is the SHIM [Sexual Health Inventory for Men] score important as a predictor of ED recovery?
. When intercourse is no longer possible because of ED, what are the best ways to initiate change in one's sexual relationship?
. What is the role of intimacy in a satisfying sexual relationship?
If you don't know the answers to all of these questions, you owe it to yourself to order a copy of Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment NOW.
USE IT OR LOSE IT:
What if you haven't yet had surgery? How do you plan for your post-surgery recovery? If you're like most sexually active men facing radical prostatectomy, you'll want to know when you'll be able to have sexual intercourse after the operation.
New research suggests that inducing erections with medication soon after surgery - within one or two months -- may help prevent tissue damage and restore normal sexual function sooner.
In Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment, Dr. H. Ballentine Carter, Director of Adult Urology at Johns Hopkins University, explains the premise behind erection rehab and asks:
Is erection rehab right for you? Which medications are most effective - self-injecting alprostadil or an oral ED drug like Viagra, Levitra or Cialis? What about early use of a vacuum pump? Which method should you try first? Will your insurance plan cover the cost of the additional medications?
If you didn't have ED before surgery, chances are you're a good candidate for erection rehab. But time is of the essence.
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Are you a Viagra "failure?"
When it comes to ED, many men think you simply take Viagra and voila - an erection! The truth is that these meds do nothing to increase sexual desire - they enhance performance once sexual desire has been aroused.
How does that happen? In Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment you'll learn how Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra trigger an erection. Experts explain the importance of sexual stimulation, proper dosing, and "setting the mood."
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS About
Sex & Prostate Health
Many men are uncomfortable about talking openly about sexual concerns. That's why we've included an extensive section of real-life questions from patients about sexuality and prostate cancer. It reads like a private conversation with a trusted doctor. Here's a short list of topics we discuss:
. Viagra Dosage - 100-mg doesn't work, should I try two pills?
. Viagra and Stomach Distress - I like Viagra better than MUSE, but my stomach hurts. Any way to get around this?
. Libido Issues After a Radical Prostatectomy - Is a low libido common after surgery?
. Viagra and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) - Is it safe to take Viagra if you have BPH?
. Ejaculate Discoloration - Is a pinkish ejaculate a sign of infection?
. When To Start Injectable Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Medication - I've tried drugs with no success, when is the right time to try injectible meds?
. "Bent" Penis - Should I be concerned that my penis is bent?
. Peyronie's Following a Biopsy - Will my penis shrink after prostate surgery?
. Vasectomy and Prostate Cancer - I had a vasectomy 34 years ago. Am I at increased risk for prostate cancer?
. Pain at Orgasm - Following my radical prostatectomy, I began to have pain upon orgasm. What can I do to relieve it?
. Sex and Prostate Cancer Risk - Can frequent sex reduce the risk of prostate cancer?
. Bicycle Riding and Erectile Dysfunction - Does riding a bike lead to ED?
. BPH and Erections Problems - Is my ED caused by BPH or flomax?
. Libido and Prostate Cancer - Is there a relationship between high libido and prostate cancer?
. Proscar, Avodart, and Prostate Cancer - Does Proscar cause more aggressive prostate cancer?
All this information -- and more -- is covered in Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment, available now as an instant digital PDF download for $49.95. Remember, this 55-page Johns Hopkins Special Report comes complete with a full money-back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with the in-depth information in this report, simply contact Customer Service for a full refund, no questions asked.
Count on Johns Hopkins for the Answers
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I urge you to put this knowledge and expertise to work as you search for answers about ED, sexual intimacy, and prostate cancer.
Remember: You are NOT alone in your struggle with ED. Your diagnosis of prostate cancer was shocking. But it does not have to be devastating. We know you have hundreds of questions. Johns Hopkins' guide Restoring Sexual Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment has the answers.
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