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And 12 percent of the men called it a "major bother." According to the American Cancer Society, one in six men gets prostate cancer at some point in his life, and one in 36 will die from the disease.

While there is controversy over how to treat low-risk tumors, some of which may never cause any harm if left untreated, surgery and radiation are common options when the disease is more advanced.

Neil Fleshner at the University of Toronto and his colleagues.

Incontinence during sex is a long-lasting problem for roughly one in eight men who've had their prostate removed due to cancer, a study of more than 1,400 patients has found.

Although the urine leakage resolved for some men over time, 36 percent of them still had the problem — called climacturia — two years after surgery.

That's because surgeons typically remove a sphincter muscle in the neck of the bladder that shuts off the flow of urine during an orgasm (another that allows semen flow is left intact, although with the prostate gone, the body no longer makes seminal fluid).

"I do tend to tell our patients prior to surgery that this could happen," Fleshner told Reuters Health.

Whether the discrepancy is due to questionnaire differences or other factors is unclear.

RESEARCHERS 'SURPRISED' The term climacturia was coined in a 2006 paper in the Journal of Urology by Dr. I'm knocked out on an operating table and a robot is removing my prostate gland. Then the semen assembly line kicks in: The sperm swim up from your testicles to the seminal vesicles, and there they are mixed in a happy bath of fructose, vitamin C, and prostaglandins.In April I learned I had stage II prostate cancer, and after questioning experts and survivors, I've decided surgery is the way to go. This brew then proceeds to your prostate, which tops it off with enzymes, citric acid, and zinc before your man milk is propelled out of your body and into hers with rather pleasant smooth-muscle contractions.The findings, published in the Journal of Urology, suggest urination issues may be a bigger deal than suggested by earlier studies.Last May, another urology group reported that only one in 20 men said they were significantly bothered by incontinence a year or more after prostate surgery.Had there been some nerve damage, it would not work at all.

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