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[Urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction after treatment of localized prostate cancer: Results from a population aged less than 65years old].

Troubles urinaires et sexuels après traitement du cancer localisé de la prostate : résultats d’une étude de population de moins de 65ans

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Introduction: An increasing number of patients with prostate cancer (PC) are diagnosed and treated. The aim of this study was to investigate urinary incontinence (UI) and sexual dysfunction (SD) two years after treatment for localized prostate cancer (PC). Methods: This study followed all cases of localized PC diagnosed between 2008 and 2009 in men aged≤65years old and still alive two years after treatment. In total, 437 men were recruited. Data were collected using a standardized questionnaire and by cross-checking with data from the cancer registry. Descriptive and comparative analyses were performed to evaluate persisting UI and SD at 2years. Results: At two years after treatment, UI was persistent in 48.8%; 41.2% had used urinary protections, and 39.2% had used at least 1 pad/day; 55.2% reported financial difficulties for purchasing protective pads. In total, 22.7% did not consult a specialist for UI. SD was persistent in 82.8%; 30.4% did not consult a specialist for SD. SD had a negative impact on the sex life of patients and their partners. After adjustment for cancer stage, prostatectomy was significantly associated with persisting UI and SD at two years. Conclusion: Two years after treatment, rates of persisting UI and/or SD remain high. Treatment by prostatectomy was significantly associated with an increased risk of persisting adverse effects at two years. The different toxicities between treatments should be presented to patients before initiating therapy in order to encourage the patient to contributed to shared treatment decision-making.
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hal-03578643 , version 1 (17-02-2022)

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Faïza Bessaoud, Mattéa Orsini, François Iborra, Xavier Rebillard, Antoine Faix, et al.. Troubles urinaires et sexuels après traitement du cancer localisé de la prostate : résultats d’une étude de population de moins de 65ans. Bulletin du Cancer, 2016, 103 (10), pp.829-840. ⟨10.1016/j.bulcan.2016.09.011⟩. ⟨hal-03578643⟩
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