Urinary Incontinence in men can be associated with different underlying problems, and always needs assessment by a urologist. Much can be done to help – please follow this link for more information.
Erectile dysfunction is very common, and there is rarely a situation that cannot be helped. Please following this link for more information.
Surgical treatments for incontinence and erectile dysfunction
Impotence (erectile dysfunction) and incontinence can particularly affect men after prostate cancer surgery. Either problem can be devastating for a man’s wellbeing. Incontinence can have a major impact on a man’s social life and general quality of life, and problems with erections can have an impact on close relationships. Both can be addressed, and there is always something that can be done to help. The links below concentrate on surgical treatment for these conditions, which can be greatly beneficial in the right situation.
This information is intended as an educational guide only, and is here to help you as an additional source of information, along with a consultation from your urologist. The information does not apply to all patients.
Not all potential complications are listed, and you must talk to your urologist about the complications specific to your situation.