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Common Urological Problems


Prostate surgery tied to need for bladder surgery

One in 20 men who have their prostate gland removed may need a second surgery for severe loss of bladder control, new research from Canada suggests.

Based on more than 25,000 men who had prostate surgery, the study also found that rates of subsequent surgery for urinary incontinence doubled between five and 15 years… Prostate surgery tied to need for bladder surgery   

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