For years I was on three tablets — tamsulosin, finasteride and a bladder relaxant — to help with symptoms caused by an enlarged prostate.
They made no difference, but a TURP operation in February 2019 did. However, the tablets have left me borderline impotent for about ten years. Is this side‑effect reversible?
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Thank you for writing about a sensitive subject, which many men find great difficulty in discussing openly.
Nearly all men experience some symptoms of benign (non-cancerous) enlargement of the prostate gland with age.
The prostate sits like a doughnut around the urethra (the tube through which urine leaves the body) — and as the gland grows as we get older, it puts pressure on the urethra and the bladder, causing problems with urination.
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