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December 7, 2012
, your question is best awsrened by the urologist who did your surgery. There may be specific reasons around your particular anatomy or surgical outcome that would define the answer in a way entirely different than for most men. Indeed, the more basic challenge for you is to find a way to feel comfortable asking this important question, and any others like it. Many men feel uncomfortable coming out to their doctor you certainly share many brothers in that! Unfortunately, coming out to your doctor around sexual treatment planning post radical prostatectomy is one of the musts prostate cancer patients need to achieve. You might also find some comfort from asking your question in our online support group on yahoo I will email you an invitation to join.
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