What can I do to get back to my daily life more quickly after prostate surgery?
Any surgery is a trauma to the body, but there are a few concrete actions which can help you recover your daily life more quickly.
In the specific case of prostate surgery, one of the most common discomforts is post-operative incontinence due to the weakening of the pelvic floor, which in many cases is a temporary condition: it will therefore be necessary to use specific aids for incontinence initially, choosing the one that best suits your needs.
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One of the most effective solutions to support the body during rehabilitation - but also as a preparation for surgery - are the Kegel exercises, which help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which "regulate" the functioning of the bladder.
Physical activity in general can be useful, as long as you avoid sports that put pressure on the bladder (cycling, for example) or that entail abdominal efforts, while Pilates, yoga, swimming, but also a simple walk, are valid allies.
Obviously, the main advice is to always contact your doctor, who will give you the indications most suitable for your specific condition.