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Common Urological Problems

Robotic Prostatectomy

Nerve sparing helps most prostate cancer patients to have same orgasms as before surgery

The vast majority of men who have a prostate cancer operation can retain their ability to orgasm if the surgery is carried out without removing the nerves that surround the prostate gland like a hammock, according to a study in the February issue of the urology journal BJUI.

American researchers from Cornell University, New… Nerve sparing helps most prostate cancer patients to have same orgasms as before surgery   



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