Penis Size and Prostate Cancer Treatment

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by D_Martin van Burden, Jan 12, 2007.

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    I hope I don't get prostate cancer and have to go through those treatments! from 5.6" to 3.4" stretched? :eek: That's more than 2"! Not to mention odds of an errection suitable for sex are so low after... damn. Unlucky guys for sure.
     
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    Wow...I can only imagine what the study sample looked like. As if the average size weren't stunning enough, this passage was eye-popping:

    Erectile function was also adversely affected by treatment. Roughly 23 percent of men had normal erectile function before therapy. Eighteen months later, 12.5 percent were able to have an erection that was suitable for intercourse.

    So, more than three out of four of these men had ED of some sort before the prostate treatment?!?! Wow.
     
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