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Life & Love After Prostate Cancer

Helping men & their partners to transition to their “new normal” after treatment for prostate cancer. Life & love do go on, but differently from before. Learning how to create new ways of loving. Sex & intimacy may look & feel different, but they can still be wonderful.

Professor Declan Murphy and Dr Renu Eapen ready to record podcast at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Topic is the post-prostatectomy journey and what we wish we knew back then.

Getting a prostate cancer diagnosis

We joined Professor Declan Murphy and Dr Renu Eapen for their latest podcast. Along with urology nurse, Emma Birch, we all discussed things we wish we’d known before our post-prostatectomy journey. Tips and resources were also shared during the chat.

Dealing with incontinence

Some men experience ongoing problems with incontinence after prostate surgery – even years later. This article discusses the problem and offers some solutions.

Is your partner interested in sex?

If you’ve had treatment for prostate cancer, you probably know it can be hard to get hard (or stay hard). Assuming that you want to have sex, what do you do if your partner isn’t interested? If your partner is female, perhaps her reluctance has something to do with menopause.