This audiobook is for the man who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, or thinks he might have prostate cancer and need answers to the main question every man faces when it comes to prostate cancer surgery: will I be able to have sex after surgery? This audiobook will not be a long drawn out medical journal on prostate cancer, covering a thousand things you will never remember or care to know about. This book contains a condensed, direct to the point snapshot about prostate cancer, its effects on a man's ability to have sex after surgery, and what he should do to ensure he will have a sex life after a prostatectomy. This audiobook won't give you long drawn out explanations, or overly quote countless medical terms you don't understand, or need to know. The chapters average six paragraphs long, covering only the most important things men want to and need to know about prostate cancer, the radical prostatectomy, and their ability to have sex afterwards.
No two men are alike, and there will be variations in progress with each individual situation, but there are key things that are common amongst most men who have had the radical prostatectomy. By following simple directions and practicing simple techniques, you have a better chance of having a satisfying sex life after your surgery. This audiobook covers some of the techniques, methods, and devices used to restore satisfying sex to men after surgery.
The book was not what I expected as someone facing prostate cancer. The content was anecdotal, at best.
Everything in this book is very accurate. The same things happened to me. it is a good guideline to the beginning of your recovery. Just remember that in a year or two you WILL be back to almost normal. Good luck
Mr. Draper gave prostate cancer survivors hope and direction about different options to help. Straight and to the point..