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PROSTATE CANCER AND IMPOTENCE: Natural Treatment

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Prostate Cancer and Impotence: Natural Treatment 

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer, both in men and in the general population.

The prostate is a gland in the male reproductive system that plays a hormonal role and in the production of sperm. The appearance of cancer prostate is the transformation of prostate cells. Initially healthy, they multiply in an anarchic manner until they form a malignant tumor. In 95% of cases, cancers are in the histologic form of adenocarcinoma which develops from the cells making up the lining tissue of the prostate. If cancer starts out in the prostate, the tumor can then grow and invade other parts of the body. The course of this patient is often slow. As with all cancers, there are several stages of development. The evolution of cancer can be local or distant depending on the time of diagnosis. Prostate cancer can range from stage 1 to 4 depending on how widespread it is. To avoid having to suffer from this ailment which could have an impact on your whole life, we suggest that you approach Dawabio experts who are specialized in traditional treatments; as soon as you feel even a little pain or have doubts about your state of health. Here is the natural herbal treatment to permanently cure prostate cancer. Click on the image below to discover this natural treatment. 

PROSTATE CANCER NATURAL TREATMENT

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What are the symptoms of prostate cancer?

This cancer is sometimes never discovered during the patient's lifetime. It is therefore only at a more advanced stage of development that the first symptoms appear. In the majority of cases, these are mainly urinary symptoms that affect urination (the action of urinating): 

<> urge to urinate, excessive frequency of urination, painful urination, hematuria, acute retention of urine, dysuria. Difficulty urinating: difficulty starting to urinate or holding urine, inability to urinate, need to urinate frequently (especially at night), poor urine output, a burning sensation or pain when passing urine 'urinate. Blood in urine or semen. Frequent pain or stiffness in the lower back, hips, or upper thighs. Changes in urinary function: frequent urge, urge to urinate, urge to push, retention of urine, burning while urinating. Genital changes: painful ejaculations, or difficulty getting an erection. Predisposed people. benign prostatic hyperplasia. This enlarges, causing abnormalities in the functioning of the bladder and the sexual system. Thus, we can observe both urinary disorders (frequent urges to urinate, decrease in the force of the jet ...) and, often,  more or less severe erection difficulties.

Prostate cancer does not cause sexual difficulties at the time. Rather, it is the treatment (intervention, certain medications, etc.) that can have repercussions on sexuality.

Treatment

It is possible to treat the prostate by a gentler method than surgery: ultrasound. This method called "ablatherm" or High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound consists of high-intensity ultrasound focused on the tumor. However, it remains less frequent and around fifty clinics or hospitals offer it in France.

                                         

Promising treatments

Certain molecules hold hope in the treatment of advanced forms, such as olaparib. The immunotherapy is also tested to boost the patient's immune system during chemotherapy.

Doctors also have other weapons at their disposal, such as hormone therapy which blocks the development of cancer by reducing the level of male hormones, or radiation therapy.

Several options are available to the doctor for treating prostate cancer, depending on its stage and speed of progression: resection surgery, external or internal radiotherapy (brachytherapy) or even simple monitoring. All these treatments should be discussed with the patient according to their risks and benefits. Thus, the risk of erectile dysfunction, more or less important depending on the treatment chosen, often comes into play in the decision.

Consequences of the operation

     The operation often leaves after-effects. During the prostatectomy, the nerves of the erection can be damaged. This results in impotence in 60-90% of patients. But sometimes the erection can be recovered. It depends on the age and the damage to the erectile nerves. When this is not the case, there are treatments to cure impotence.

     Another negative consequence of the operation: its impact on the urinary tract. The sphincters which allow the evacuation of urine are very close to the prostate. And when the prostate is removed, they are often damaged. Of urinary leakage appear mostly to the effort.

What are the risks of becoming impotent after prostate cancer surgery?

"It all depends on the treatments but there is a risk of impotence with the surgery. Now when the diagnosis is early enough, the surgery is a minimum. There are minimally invasive surgeries that allow preserving the shameful nerves. It is absolutely necessary to do so. talk with the doctor. There is less risk with irradiation or hormonal treatments but it all depends on the clinical case. If there is a  loss of erection after the operation, there are still ways to 'intervene. If the shameful nerves have been preserved, one can act on the libido. Medicines can also help erection. Intra-cavernous injections and possibly penile prostheses can also be considered. But we must talk about it and we must especially not treat ourselves because we fear this kind of problem.

"Prostate cancer is very treatable if caught on time. However, impotence can be a complication of prostate cancer treatments and have an impact on the daily life of the cancer patient.

Several factors can increase the risk of impotence after the operation of prostate cancer, age, but also the frequency of sexual intercourse and erections: if they were low before the operation, this will increase the risk of impotence.

However, in some cases, impotence can be long-lasting. Treatments are then offered to bypass it such as injections and tablets.
The sooner the prostate cancer is treated, the lower the risk of impotence after the procedure.

Typically, impotence decreases and resolves within 18 months after the operation.

 

We deliver all over the world. 

For more information, you can contact our experts on +229 51374202 direct line or by WhatsApp at the same number.

 

 

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