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Management of erectile dysfunction following prostate cancer treatment (Conservative & Surgical) - Dr Gregory Malone
Prostate cancer treatments can affect various aspects of your sexual function, but the most significant is your ability to have an erection. It is likely you will have some difficulties getting and maintaining an erection after prostate cancer treatment. How long this will last depends on a number of factors. Your healthcare team will plan this with you based on a range of factors including the prostate cancer treatment you received, what your previous erectile function was, what your expectations are, and when you would like to resume sexual activity following treatment.

There are a range of treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED). It is very important that you discuss your options with your healthcare team. Your options involve taking medications or using devices to help your erectile function. These may be offered to you individually or as a combination. Dr Greg Malone, a USANZ Urologist at Brisbane Urology Clinic, works in the specialty field of prostate cancer management and the sub-specialty of sexual rehabilitation following prostate cancer treatment. Dr Malone is highly experienced in the management of erectile dysfunction and practices in a wide range of treatment options for men including medications, injection therapies and surgery including penile prosthesis.

May 11, 2021 02:00 PM in Brisbane

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Dr Gregory Malone
USANZ Urologist @Brisbane Urology Clinic
Dr Malone commenced consultant urological practice in 2003 with the Brisbane Urology Clinic. Since this time, he has continued to develop his special interests of robotic surgery, and prosthetic surgery for severe impotence and urinary incontinence in men, as well as continuing to undertake general urology.Dr Malone undertook post-fellowship training at the prestigious Institute for Urology and Nephrology in London. This fellowship focused on prostate cancer and radical prostatectomy & prosthetic urology. In 2008 Dr Malone undertook post-fellowship training in the Da Vinci robotic surgical system with an emphasis on robotically assisted radical prostatectomy. Dr Malone is one of the founding surgeons involved in the establishment of Queensland’s first robotic surgery unit Queensland Robotic Surgery (QRS). Dr Malone was a member of the surgical team involved in the first robotic radical prostatectomy undertaken in Queensland.