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  1. Arti says:

    Your treatment will depend on what sort of cancer you have, where it’s, its size, your general health and other cancer treatments you may have had. Your treat You will have a physical examination, and you may have scans or tests to check whether the cancer has responded to treatment. Men who have radiation therapy should avoid getting their partner pregnant during treatment and for about six months afterwards, as radiation can damage sperm. It's important that you don't become pregnant during treatment. If you have internal radiation therapy the implants may be left in place for a number of minutes, one to six days or permanently. Your doctor will be able to give you more information about radiation therapy and pregnancy. If you are pregnant, you will probably not be able to have radiation therapy, as radiation can harm a developing baby.

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