Men’s Health

Men are happy to visit their GP for a mental health problem. But a shortage of healthcare access and poor information mean that men aren’t always making the right choices. read more about Men’s health: attitudes are still changing for the better, but we’re not there yet
Only 5% of men don’t know how to check themselves for testicular cancer. But there’s still more to do. read more about Movember: awareness is up, but more men need to act
Despite improvements in surgical techniques, and robotic assisted prostatectomy in particular, there is still a risk of urinary incontinence following prostate cancer surgery. This type of incontinence is known as Post Prostatectomy Incontinence (PPI). read more about Post prostatectomy urinary incontinence: how it’s treated
It can be confusing for men to know whether they should be checked for prostate cancer and having any symptoms that might be related to prostate cancer can be worrying. read more about Diagnosing prostate cancer: what to expect
A diagnosis of prostate cancer can be frightening and overwhelming. There are many treatment options and while this might feel bewildering, the wide range of options represents a chance to choose the right one, along with your medical team, to successfully treat or manage your cancer. read more about Prostate cancer treatment: what are the options?
Side effects from having surgery for prostate cancer are common. They don’t happen in all men, but some men can experience complications such as erectile dysfunction after surgery. read more about Prostate cancer surgery: erectile dysfunction
Hernias are common — one in ten of us will develop a hernia in our lifetime. read more about The latest advancements in hernia mesh repair
Some hernias can be symptomless. Others can grow in size, become more painful and impact day to day life. read more about Guide to hernia: everything you need to know