Did you know that hot flashes, commonly associated with menopause, can also affect men with prostate cancer? Let's explore this connection.

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Hot flashes are sudden sensations of intense heat, sweating, and flushing. They can be a side effect of prostate cancer treatments, such as hormone therapy.

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Prostate cancer treatments that reduce testosterone levels can trigger hot flashes. These episodes can be disruptive and impact a man's quality of life.

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Hot flashes in prostate cancer patients can vary in frequency and intensity - a few seconds to several minutes. Thus, it makes the person uncomfortable and perspiring. 

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Lifestyle modifications like wearing loose, breathable clothing, managing stress, and avoiding triggers like spicy foods can help alleviate hot flashes. 

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Medications, such as hormone replacement therapy or certain antidepressants, may be prescribed to manage hot flashes in prostate cancer patients. Consult with your doctor for personalized guidance.

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