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Hi @Laclark, I’ll add a more clear question in the forum description, thanks for pointing that out! We’re really looking to have some personal experience so that we can share this forum when someone’s having a hard time. Could you share why you’re experiencing these issues/when they started, what affect they have on daily life, and any tips you’ve…
Same to u, God bless! Send me a Facebook request Ervin Azure like to share Christian posts with u?
Does get better had my surgery 10/22/18. Been 3 months went from diaper to pad. Now I just fold up a paper towel couple of times and that’s all I need. Very little leakage keep the exercises going. God bless 😃
Good news happy for u! 😃
And same to u, God bless! 😃
Now what’s the question?
DFrank replied to the topic What are your approaches to sex and intimacy after treatment? in the forum Sex & Relationships 4 days, 10 hours ago
Good that you can “get there”! We have tried all sorts of sensual touching and long foreplay, sometimes off and on playfully for a couple of days before we get serious, but still even though my erection is pretty reliable, my result is not. I feel excitement and feel very into it, but just can’t get to that stage of inevitability. She often has…
Will Jones replied to the topic What are your approaches to sex and intimacy after treatment? in the forum Sex & Relationships 4 days, 16 hours ago
Nine months after surgery, I am still experiencing erectile dysfunction. My wife and I have adjusted to my condition by adding more loving touch and stimulation to our intimate moments. And we create an intimate environment to accent our intimacy. We both try to be present, not thinking about what we’re not able to do, but what we are doing.…
doug commented on the post, Dad’s Prostate Cancer Journey: Next Steps — Part II 5 days, 13 hours ago
I’m so sorry you dad’s prostate cancer has returned. Though I am not a doctor (therefore don’t consider this medical advice), I am living with stage 4 prostate cancer and spend a good deal of time as an advocate, lately as a patient research advocate at the NCI-designated cancer center where I get my treatment.
TK Sellman, RPSGT CCSH is a career journalist (Columbia Chicago, ’90). She was diagnosed with idiopathic hypersomnia in 2010, which inspired her to go back to school to become a sleep technologist in 2012 a […]
Thanks for the info
Hi @Viridianboat, I wanted to comment and say that among the community members I’ve talked to, anxiety and depression can certainly happen with hormone therapy. It can even happen just from the stress of diagnosis and treatment in general, but can get worse with the hormone therapy. Ron also mentioned having anxiety for a period of time:…