December 4, 2013
Approximately 30% of Australian men have been diagnosed with prostate cancer and it is predicted to affect up to 31,000 men by 2020.
Radical prostatectomy (prostate removal) is a common procedure used for prostate cancer management – but what happens after surgery?
Many men are left with ongoing and unpleasant side effects from this surgery such as urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction.
Find out how you can improve your recovery experience after a radical prostatectomy for the best possible quality of life.