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The KEVII Prostate Cancer Survivorship Centre

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Are you suffering lasting side-effects following prostate cancer surgery?

1 in 8 men in the UK will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime. With each year that goes by, new treatments and more accurate detection mean that more and more men are prostate cancer survivors.

In some cases, being a prostate cancer survivor will involve managing long term side effects from treatment which are frequently urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction.

In the immediate post-operative period, men often experience incontinence (leaking of urine) which usually tapers off within several weeks or months. For some men however, the incontinence persists beyond the recovery period and becomes a long term side effect of their treatment.

The same is true for erectile dysfunction (ED). ED is a widely-reported complication following prostate cancer surgery and can have a lasting impact on men and their partners.

There are a number of surgical and non-surgical interventions which can offer symptomatic relief from urinary incontinence and ED. Having a consultation with a leading specialist is your first step toward taking back control of your long-term recovery.

Enquiries & Appointments

Call 020 7467 4344

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Why choose the King Edward VII’s Prostate Cancer Survivorship Centre?

Two of the country’s leading urologists specialise in treating the debilitating side-effects of prostate cancer surgery. Expect the following from our expert team:

  • A discreet and confidential service – discussing your symptoms and treatment options in complete confidence.
  • A supportive environment – partners and family are welcome and can provide an important sounding board when deciding on treatment.
  • A long term solution to erectile dysfunction – you can be you again. Professor David Ralph will explain all your options, ranging from self-injection to penile implants.
  • A long term solution to urinary incontinence – free yourself from the worry. Mr Jeremy Ockrim will explain all your options, ranging from penile clamps to artificial urinary sphincters.
  • The latest high-tech implants – offering immediate and lasting relief of symptoms.
  • Convenient central London location – easily accessible by train and The London Underground in the famous Harley Street medical district.

To begin your journey back to health, book an initial consultation with a King Edward VII’s Hospital prostate survivorship specialist today by calling 020 7467 4344.

Meet the prostate cancer survivorship specialists at King Edward VII's Hospital

Mr Jeremy Ockrim  ›
Special interests include:
Incontinence (+ 12 more)
Professor David Ralph  ›
Special interests include:
Peyronie's Disease (+ 6 more)
Mr Richard Nobrega  ›
Special interests include:
Urology (+ 14 more)

Why King Edward VII's Hospital?

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Because our standards are apparent in everything we do…
  • Patient-centred care – placing you at the heart of everything we do
  • Hand-picked consultants– so you can choose from one of the finest specialists in the UK
  • Multidisciplinary approach – working together in specialist teams, deciding on a personalised treatment plan for you
  • Innovative treatments – state-of-the-art medical facilities designed with unparalleled safety and precision in mind
  • Quality and safety – prioritising high quality, safe and effective healthcare, always
  • Charitable work – any surplus we make goes into providing subsidised medical care to Veterans of the Armed Forces.

There is a reason why over 98% of our patients would recommend King Edward VII’s Hospital to family and friends.
Book your consultation today: Call 020 7467 4344