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prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, second only to skin cancer. While it can be a sensitive topic to discuss, it's important to lessen the stigma of men's issues after prostate cancer treatment and get to what's important- men's health.
Now, Boston Scientific and Urology Associates have teamed up to help men live fuller and more satisfying lives.
Almost all men experience Stress Induced Incontinence immediately after prostate cancer surgery. This is normal, and, for most patients, it usually resolves within the first six months of healing. But, there are treatment options if it doesn’t resolve on its own.
The first lines of treatment are typically lifestyle modifications such as limiting fluid intake, avoiding caffeine and alcohol, and exercising pelvic floor muscles also known as Kegel exercises.
If those treatments don’t work, there two other categories: coping mechanisms like pads or diapers, penile clamps, and internal and external penile catheters. There are also long-term treatment options like the Male Sling or Artificial Urinary Sphincter by Boston Scientific. The team at Urology Associates can help determine what treatment is right for you. Call them at 303-733-8848 or visit FixIncontinence.com to learn more about the products mentioned.
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