Sex Pain Is Gone With Prostatitis Surgery

Sex Pain Is Gone With Prostatitis Surgery

Radical prostatectomy surgery for prostate cancer can interfere with intimate love making by causing erectile dysfunction. Can having the same kind of surgery as a treatment for chronic prostatitis actually improve sexual function abilities?

Chronic prostatitis is a common and potentially debilitating condition that can cause urinary symptoms, fatigue, pain, and impotence. One of its possible effects is to cause pain during orgasm. In fact, a recent study showed that pain on ejaculation is much more common disorder in men with this condition than trouble with penis erections. Consequently, men with chronic prostatitis often avoid making love altogether, which aggravates their relationships and can lead to social isolation and even divorce.

Prostatectomy is a new surgery strategy in the treatment of chronic prostatitis and it is reserved for research trials and only the most severe, treatment-resistant cases. And while experience with prostate cancer patients shows that their sex lives only get worse with surgery treatment, the opposite is happening with prostatitis patients. They have reported that their intimate love making have actually gotten better because their pain is gone.

To gain more information about prostatitis surgery, visit the Prostatitis Surgery site, where you can see videos and read stories of men who have had the operation.

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