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Find out more about late effects of pelvic radiotherapy and how they can be treated and managed.
Some people may have long term or late effects of pelvic radiotherapy. These can usually be treated or managed successfully.
Late effects on the bladder can usually be managed or treated successfully. Talk to your doctor about any symptoms.
Read about the ways that bladder changes can be treated or managed.
Late bowel effects of pelvic radiotherapy are usually managed or treated successfully. Talk to your doctor if you notice any symptoms.
Many bowel problems can be managed or treated successfully, with exercises, drugs and other treatments.
Planning ahead can make it easier to cope with the day-to-day problems caused by bladder and bowel changes.
Pelvic radiotherapy can have some late effects on your sex life. Talk to your doctor for advice on how to manage these.
Pelvic radiotherapy can also cause less common late effects.
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