Feb 10, 2012 - 8:09 pm
I guess I never dwelled on it too much, but as I deal with incontinence 6 years later, I don't believe it's all that critical of a question. Is the Doctor to Blame? The answer maybe Yes. When I was 46 and diagnosed with Cancer, I had Great Erections, never had incontinence isssues and was otherwise in great shape. After I had my prostate out , the cancer has not returned which I count ny blessing for, but obviously the surgery did result in me being incontinent and requiring Cialis for probably the rest of my life. I understood the risks,but the Doctor has to take some of the blame, because there are many men out there who came out of surgery, in much better shape---------------------Are we giving the Doctors too much credit?