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Urine Control After Surgery

Last updated: June 2022

Once the prostate is surgically removed, men can experience uncontrolled urine flows until the pelvic floor muscles can recover. The healing process can vary, with some people taking several months and others taking longer.

Dennis offers some tips for going through the recovery process and making sure to not overdo it, especially with Kegel exercises.

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