This slideshow on male urinary incontinence provides some product, lifestyle, and diet tips that you might find helpful. Also, this article further outlines products that may be available to you.View Thread
You may find this article on PSA levels helpful. An elevated PSA level could be caused by non-cancerous conditions like prostatitis, an enlarged prostate, certain medications, and age. Are you working with a doctor to determine why your levels are rising? Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
THURSDAY, April 17, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Doctors often recommend no treatment at all when a man is diagnosed with prostate cancer , opting instead to keep a close eye on the slow-growing tumor and acting only when it becomes aggressive.
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Have you stopped the watchful waiting approach in regards to your prostate cancer? If so, what were your reasons for doing so?View Thread
When cancer metastasizes it means that it has spread from one part of the body to another. You should speak with your doctor about how this will affect any treatment you are undergoing. Please keep us updated on how you are doing!
As this article says (and as you have stated), a radical prostatectomy results in the inability to provide sperm for a biological child. You might ask the physicians your wife spoke with for further explanation of their statements. Please let us know what you find.
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