Hormone therapy to treat prostate cancer can cause changes to your ejaculation and orgasms.
Select from the following problems to find out if they can be caused by hormone therapy.
No – you won’t have pain in your penis and the surrounding areas when you orgasm.
It's true you might not last as long during sex and reach orgasm more quickly.
No – you won’t leak a small amount of urine when you orgasm if you’ve had hormone therapy.
It’s true that you might find your orgasm feels different to before treatment. You may notice that you produce less semen during and after treatment. You can still orgasm, but it may feel less intense. There may also be a bit of blood in your semen, but this is not usually anything to worry about.