Reclaiming Intimacy After Prostate Cancer

When you hear the words “prostate cancer,” thoughts about your intimate well-being may arise, but you might feel hesitant to bring up this topic during consultations with specialists. Discussions about radiation and surgery may overshadow concerns about bedroom performance. However, addressing sexual health is crucial because intimate health is as important as all other aspects…

Read More

Penile Exercises for Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common condition that affects many men, especially as they age. While there are several treatments available for ED, some men prefer to try natural methods before turning to medication or surgery. One such method is penile exercises, which are physical activities designed to improve blood flow and function in the…

Read More

Supporting a Friend or Loved One Through a Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

Dealing with a cancer diagnosis can be an isolating and overwhelming experience, but having a supportive friend or family member can make a world of difference. Prostate cancer can be a terrifying diagnosis for anyone, and if you’re reading this, you’re probably feeling a mixture of fear, sadness, and uncertainty about your loved ones or…

Read More

Empowering Men’s Sexual Health in Movember

Empowering Men’s Sexual Health in Movember Sex & Erectile Dysfunction after a Prostatectomy In support of Movember, a month dedicated to raising awareness about men’s health issues, including prostate cancer, I want to address a topic that is often surrounded by silence and stigma: sex after a prostatectomy. If you have undergone a prostatectomy, I…

Read More

Getting the Flag to Fly: More Than One Way to Hoist It!

Getting the Flag to Fly: More Than One Way to Hoist It! Exploring solutions for Erectile Dysfunction Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common concern for many men, in fact 1 in 5 men between the ages of 40-50 will have some ED, 1 in 3 50-60 and 1 in 2 over 60. The good news…

Read More