Results are in from the survey into support after prostate cancer treatment. Men and their partners need more support and assistance to deal with their side-effects and changes to their lifestyle.
Many men who have prostate cancer report “unmet needs” following their treatment. Our brief survey aims to explore those issues in order to find solutions.
For boys and men who use incontinence products, there are very few or no places for them to throw them out. This can make them want to stay put, not wanting to leave their homes and join in everyday activities. Bins 4 Blokes is an Australia-wide campaign to promote installation of incontinence bins in male public toilets.
If men are incontinent after 12 months following treatment for prostate cancer, there are options available to help them recover.
Part two of article for partners of men with prostate cancer. What to expect and how to deal with side-effects of prostate cancer treatment – urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction.