I chose prostate surgery to treat my case of prostate cancer. You and your doctor may choose a different method. This is not medical advice.
When they wheeled me into the operating room, I had no idea that I would be receiving some “unadvertised” benefits. Yes, prostate cancer was my diagnosis, and that is not a good thing, but I have to admit that I was more than pleasantly surprised after everything was said and done.
“The 3 goals of successful radical prostatectomy in descending order of importance are cancer control (margins), urinary continence, and potency.” ((http://www.roboticoncology.com/oncology-articles/organ-confined-prostate-cancer/#sthash.mRo6ONyS.dpuf))
Urologists sometimes speak of the ” trifecta.” They’re not talking about horse racing – it’s a term that is sometimes used with prostate removal surgery. What do they […]