Thursday, November 11, 2010

Stamina Reduced After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Sydney: survival instinct of every person. All kinds of ways have been undertaken in order to obtain good health and performance. However, a recent study showed differences in contrast between the performance and health. As quoted from a site, mention the five-year study of prostate cancer patients lose the passion and enthusiasm to make love just after treatment.

David Smith, lead investigator of the Cancer Centre of New South Wales, Australia, said stamina decreases or impotence is a common side effect of prostate cancer treatment, along with incontinence. "Our research shows the new impotence seen in the patient after five years of conventional prostate cancer treatment, with the exception of low-dose brachytherapy," he said.

One of the treatment known as androgen deficiency therapy showed 94 percent of patients felt less stamina in the next two years. And increased to 97 percent after five years. Saving neurosurgical yield increases slightly, but only patients with low-dose rate brachytherapy impotence is lower, 38 percent of patients after two years. Then increased to 43 percent after five years. Treatment of radical prostatectomy and external beam therapy, or a combination of two medications, causing impotence problem for 70 to 80 percent of patients over the years.

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