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Prostate Cancer - Newcastle Urology
Your doctor inserts a gloved finger into the rectum to feel the condition of the prostate that lies close to the rectal wall. If your doctor feels something suspicious such as a lump or bump, further tests will be carried out.
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Sacral Nerve Stimulation

Sacral nerve stimulation, also called sacral neuromodulation, is a type of electrical stimulation therapy to treat overactive bladder (frequent, strong, and sudden urge to urinate) as well as bowel problems such as faecal incontinence. It uses a small electrical stimulator or transmitter placed under the skin in your upper buttock area. The device delivers gentle electrical impulses that stimulate the sacral nerves located in the lower back (just above the tailbone). Sacral nerve stimulation can restore normal bladder or bowel function and even modulate pelvic pain.

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