Recovery takes work, and it helps to be prepared. Get started by learning the basics, making a plan and taking action on your journey.
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Erectile dysfunction (ED)

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.

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Marriage and relationships

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.

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Emotional and mental health

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.

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Exercises and restoring intimacy

Intimacy goes beyond the physical act of sex. Use sensual exercises to explore different ways to experience pleasure and connection with your partner.

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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.

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Physical changes after prostate cancer treatment

Knowing what physical changes to expect after prostate cancer treatment, from orgasms to penis size, can help you adapt and heal.

Looking for general prostate cancer articles?

Making changes for a healthier lifestyle
A healthy lifestyle can improve side effects and even success of prostate cancer treatment. Learn about different types of exercise and healthy food choices.
Advanced (metastatic) prostate cancer
While cancer that grows and spreads beyond the prostate cannot be cured, there are treatments available to keep it under control.
Feeling fatigued after prostate cancer treatment: what you can do
Fatigue is more than just tiredness—it’s feeling exhausted and drained of energy for long periods. It can have a real impact on your everyday life, but there are ways to take action.
Coming to terms with prostate cancer
You may be feeling angry, sad, anxious, or depressed about having prostate cancer. This is normal. Learn how to deal with the ups and downs, and where to go for help.
About prostate cancer treatment
Surgery and radiation therapy are the most common treatments for prostate cancer, but there are several other options as well. Learn about the different treatments and what side effects to expect.
Bowel problems after prostate cancer treatment
You might experience constipation and other changes to your bowel habits after surgery or radiation therapy for prostate cancer. Learn how to take charge of your symptoms.
Urinary problems during and after prostate cancer treatment
Learn how to deal with leaks and other urinary issues that can occur after prostate cancer treatment. They are especially common after surgery and radiation therapy.