London: Around 160,000 men in the UK have been left with little or no sex life after treatment for prostate cancer, a new study has revealed.The study by the Macmillan Cancer Support charity suggested that rising cancer rates meant cases could double by 2030.Yet many patients could be helped if more services were available on the NHS, it said.Erectile dysfunction is a potential side-effect of surgery, radiotherapy and hormone therapy used to treat the condition.More than 40,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in the UK each year.In some there may be permanent nerve damage, meaning they cannot maintain an erection.In others the physical problem can be temporary, while for some the treatment has led to a psychological barrier to sex.
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