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Prostate cancer can affect your sex life in three overlapping ways - your mind, body and relationships.
Finding out you have cancer can make you feel down or anxious, changing your feelings about sex.
All types of hormone therapy can cause erection problems. Other health problems can cause erection problems, including: Many of the treatments for erection problems work by improving the flow of blood to the penis. A group of drugs called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors can help men get erections.
Treatment can damage the nerves and blood supply needed for erections. Coping with cancer can change your close relationships, or your thoughts about starting one.
When you're sexually aroused your brain sends signals to the nerves in your penis.
Some treatments for prostate cancer can damage the nerves and blood vessels that are needed for an erection.
The nerves increase the blood flow to your penis, making it stiff and giving you an erection.
Anything that interferes with your nerves, blood supply or your sexual desire (libido) can make it difficult to get or keep an erection.
Whether you're single or in a relationship, heterosexual, gay or bisexual we hope you will find this helpful.
If you're a partner of a man with prostate cancer you may also find it useful.
Prostate cancer and its treatment can affect your sex life.We describe the treatment and support that is available, and ways for you to work through any problems.