Prostate cancer is not often a cause of erectile dysfunction (or ED). However, treatments for the disease can cause it. The current methods of treating prostate cancer, including surgery with radical prostatectomy, radiation therapy -- whether by external beam or brachytherapy -- and hormone therapy, can all cause ED.
The current treatment options for erectile dysfunction for people who have received treatment for prostate cancer include:
- Intracavernous injection therapy
- Intraurethral therapy
- Penile prosthesis
- Pills, including Cialis, Levitra, Stendra, Staxyn, and Viagra
- Vacuum constriction device
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