PROSTATE CANCER AND SEXUALITY
Treatment for prostate cancer can affect your sex life. During and following treatment men may have less interest in, or desire for sex. Men also can experience erection difficulties. Men may also experience a change in the way they look at their bodies and/or genitals.Sex therapy can help you achieve a better understanding of sexuality following sex therapy. In some cases, you may be referred to a General Practitioner or even a Physiotherapist to assist you in achieving a healthy normal sexuality after prostate cancer.
Experiencing difficulties in your sex life or relationship?
Speak to a professional.
Dr. Christopher Fox and the team at Sex Life Therapy provide confidential and individualised sex therapy and relationship therapy to individuals and couples at two locations: Collingwood and Frankston (Mornington Peninsula/Bayside).
Contact the team on (03) 9005 5213 or use the form to request a confidential chat.