Erectile dysfunction (ED) happens when your penis cannot get hard enough to have sex. Learn why this happens after some prostate cancer treatments and what you can do about it.
Whether you’re in a long-term relationship or with a new partner, communicating well and planning ahead for sex can help keep you satisfied and connected. No matter your age.
Problems with sex can lead to stress, anxiety, anger and even shame. Learn how to face these challenges and work through them to strengthen your sexual wellbeing.
Intimacy goes beyond the physical act of sex. Use sensual exercises to explore different ways to experience pleasure and connection with your partner.
Depending on the prostate cancer treatment you’ve had, your sex life can be affected in different ways. Read an overview of each treatment to learn more.
Knowing what physical changes to expect after prostate cancer surgery, from orgasms to penis size, can help you adapt and heal.
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