Welcome to the Where Is Your Prostate website, where award winning authors, Rick & Brenda Redner bridge the gap between fear and information. Rick was diagnosed with prostate cancer at age fifty-seven. His prostate was removed via robotic surgery. Both nerves were spared, and the couple was assured that Rick would recover his erectile functioning.
After prostate surgery, Rick & Brenda struggled for years coping with quality of life issues they were totally unprepared to face as individuals, and as a couple. As a result of their experiences and the suffering they endured, they became a couple on a mission. Their goal was to reach out to the hundreds of thousands of men and couples who are faced with a diagnosis of prostate cancer, chose surgery, and find themselves alone and isolated as they cope with life and love without a prostate. They wrote their awarding winning book " I Left My Prostate In San Franciso-Where's Yours?" in order to help men and couples cope with the devastating diagnosis of prostate cancer and life before and after prostate surgery.
This website was created to be the gateway to the information and support Rick and Brenda believe you'll need to assist you on the difficult journey of adjusting to the many quality of life issues men and couples experience before and after prostate surgery. This site offers both a Pre-surgery Forum, and a Post-surgery Forum.
As individuals and as a couple they struggled four years coping with erectile dysfunction. Rick desperately wanted to end his experience with impotence. He searched for books written for couples seeking information about penile implant surgery. He couldn't find any, so Rick and Brenda decided to write their soon to be released book about their experiences coping with ED and penile implant surgery, titled "Everything You NEVER Wanted to Know About Erectile Dysfunction & Penile Implant Surgery" They added an Erectile Dysfunction & Penile Implant Forum to their website. Spend some time reading about the things you'll want to know before and after your prostate is surgically removed.