Mark Moyad, MD, MPH discusses sexual dysfunction rehab & supplements after prostate cancer treatment with expert, Stephen Auerbach, MD.
This video's going to cover the common treatments for the correction of erectile dysfunction, otherwise known as impotence. Prostate cancer therapy is commonly associated with difficulties getting erections, and a number of methods and treatments have been developed to try and counteract that problem. Everyone's heard of Viagra and Cialis, and there are other…
In this video we're going to talk about erectile dysfunction caused by treatment for prostate cancer. Talking about impotence like it's a black and white issue, either you have it or don't, is not always an accurate representation of some of the problems that need to be dealt with.
Regular consumption of the right kind of plant foods changes our internal environment to largely eliminate the conditions (like chronic inflammation for one example) which cause the development of most of our modern degenerative lifestyle diseases – high blood pressure, stroke,…
We're going to talk about treatment-related side effects for surgery or radiation therapy for prostate cancer. The prostate gland is within millimeters of the nerves that control erections, the rectal wall, and the urinary passage which goes directly through the middle of the gland.
In this video we're going to cover focal therapy for prostate cancer. That means treating a section of the prostate rather than the whole gland.
The Sky stage of prostate cancer means a PSA less than 10, a Gleason under 7, and no large tumor masses detected on digital rectal or on MRI. But we call Sky cancer. Interestingly, is it actually a cancer?
I’ve taken fish oil supplements – omega-3s – for years now and as the second most popular supplement in a 2017 ConsumerLab.com survey, it’s clear I’m not alone. Since 2012, though, some negative study results have caused omega-3s to lose some of their luster, particularly as a supplement to improve…
Today we're going to talk about the five stages of prostate cancer. The PCRI has developed a system for patients. Prostate cancer is very complex. Who has time to study the full range of all the information associated with prostate cancer?
Today we're going to talk about body scans for staging and monitoring prostate cancer. One of the most important things, when treating any kind of cancer, including prostate cancer, is whether or not the disease has metastasized.