How do you cure erectile dysfunction (ED) after prostate surgery?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a medical condition which can be defined as the inability to develop an erection or sustain it during sexual intercourse. Prostate cancer is not a cause for ED, but its treatment can be. When prostate cancer is treated through surgery, the prostate gland is removed from the patient’s body. This surgery might involve cutting of nerves that enable an erection. However, the severity of ED varies depending on the nature of the surgery and the stage to which the cancer has advanced. Consult your family doctor for his advice. He may refer you to a urologist. The nature of ED can vary from person to person. A patient can face problem in developing an ejaculation or sustaining it. He can have problems with orgasm or face a lack of sexual desire. Discuss your problem and medical history with him, including information about your sex-life. Tell him about any other conditions or addictions that you might be suffering from. All this information, coupled with a thorough