September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Sep 8th, 2011 | By | Category: Featured

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
Did you know prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among men, after lung cancer? It’s the most common cancer among men, and tends to affect men from middle age and older.

Prostate cancer treatments are also often a cause of impotence, either temporarily or permanently, so naturally we have a vested interest in both the condition and its treatments. Over the years, Overcome Impotence has written numerous articles about the subject; so today, I would like to recap some of what we have covered over the years:

Treatment and Tips

There are lots of ways to treat erectile dysfunction, caused by prostate cancer or otherwise. Doctors are careful to evaluate an individual’s specific health needs before making recommendations, which tend to start from least risk to most risk: lifestyle changes, drugs, injections, or surgeries. Here are a couple articles we’ve written about ED Aids:

As always, we encourage you to get evaluated. Early diagnosis gives both you and your doctors the most options in treating prostate cancer to live better and live longer. Many organizations recommend to start getting checked in your 50’s, some as early as your 40’s. If you’re there, make a note this month to get examined. It could be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made for yourself.

Are you on Medicare? Your Screening is Probably Covered

Did you know Medicare provides preventative screenings for prostate cancer? If you’re on Medicare and you haven’t been evaluated, here are some links to get more information:

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