Approximately 400,000 men are living with and after prostate cancer in the UK. Living with prostate cancer can affect your everyday life, work and relationships. Even if you've stopped treatment you might still have side effects, and worry about your cancer coming back.

If you have any concerns, speak to one of our Specialist Nurses over the phone, or chat with our nurses online.

Sex and relationships

To deal with erection problems you need to keep an open mind, patience and some resourcefulness

Prostate cancer and its treatment can affect your sex life. There are things that can help.

How hormone therapy affects you

This page describes the side effects of hormone therapy for prostate cancer and ways to manage them.

Urinary problems after prostate cancer treatment

This page describes how treatment for prostate cancer can cause problems urinating, and ways to treat and manage these problems.

Information for gay and bisexual men

In many ways, prostate cancer and other prostate problems are the same for men whatever their sexuality. But if you’re gay, bisexual or a man who has sex with men, you might have some specific questions or concerns.

Living with advanced prostate cancer

Living with advanced prostate cancer can be hard to deal with emotionally as well as physically and may affect your life, work and relationships but there are ways to deal with these changes.

Pelvic floor muscle exercises

Pelvic floor muscles sit below the bladder and bowel, supporting them and helping to control when you urinate (pee) or empty your bowels. Read more about how pelvic floor muscle exercises can help with urinary problems.

Dealing with your feelings

We discuss the emotional impact of prostate cancer and ways to deal with things.

Your diet and physical activity

Find out how a healthy diet and regular physical activity may help you manage the effects of prostate cancer and its treatment.


Fatigue is a feeling of extreme tiredness that doesn’t go away, even after you rest. It's very common in men with prostate cancer. Read about the things you can do to help manage your fatigue and give you more energy.

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