Prostate cancer treatment may shorten penis
Prostate cancer treatment may shorten penis | Science&Health | Reuters.co.uk:
"Just before treatment began, the average stretched penile length was 5.6 inches. Eighteen months later, the average penile length had shortened significantly to 3.4 inches.
Erectile function was also adversely affected by treatment. Roughly 23 percent of men had normal erectile function before therapy. Eighteen months later, 12.5 percent were able to have an erection that was suitable for intercourse."