As the course of water changes over the changed landscape with time, so too should you and strive to embrace change. Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.-Einstein http://prostatediaries.podbean.com/mf/web/qpemdr/chapter32treatmentwhichmonth.mp3
The Tincture of Time
Knowing when to do nothing and let nature have its way...is wisdom. If you have had radiation for prostate cancer, and are having problems voiding and a doctor recommends cutting something...you may want to consider the tincture of time instead of chancing curing by cutting. The prostate after radiation ain't the prostate you used to …
Cocaine and urology
From "101 Aphorisms, adages, and illustrations for the urological resident and nascent physician." 109. The Only Thing E.N.T. Has over Urology is Cocaine One day in the urology clinic the intern I have previously mentioned in this book (the one that told the BS-ing older patient that he should treat his impotence by abstaining …
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Impotence and incontinence complicate prostate cancer decision making.
Prostate cancer second opinion with another urologist? Yes-A good idea.
Second opinions may limit not eliminate poor decision making.
An angry man is again angry with himself when he returns to reason. ~Publilius Syrus
In my book I mention that a second opinion is a good idea once the urologist tells you that you have prostate cancer. I add that it is probably best to get a second opinion with a radiation therapist, i.e you already have spoken with a urologist.
Well…one of the things that happens now on a routine basis is that folks present to my office for a second opinion about what to do about their newly diagnosed prostate cancer. What happens is the patient searches for information about prostate cancer and invariably they find my book on Amazon or by virtue of Prostate Diaries (which surprisingly has a very large internet footprint)and then make an appointment for the second opinion. I have seen folks from all over and it has been very rewarding. It is…
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Radiation after surgery but no surgery after radiation for prostate cancer….legitimate argument for surgery first?
It is a point to consider but not a deal maker.You need to know the nuances of this particular point in making your decision. Ask the radiation therapist if it is a big deal in the decision.
How can one predict the need for radiation after having the prostate removed for prostate cancer?
If you are choosing to have a prostatectomy because "you'll be cured" Or if you think that you'll have the option of having radiation if cancer comes back Or if you think "well if I have the prostate surgery I can have radiation but not vice versa" Or if you think one or the other …
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No Needle No Scalpel Vasectomy Madness and Northeast Georgia Urological Associates are on T.V.!
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poor ole active surveillance-the rodney dangerfield of prostate cancer treatments-don’t get no respect
This may surprise you but the patient drives the decision-making process. I can tell you there are patients who "want it out" from the get go and others that from the get go are suspicious of doctors and surgery and opt for surveillance. This article and others paint the male patient as a dumb malleable creature …
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