I feel the need to answer this now that my husband can't. His 2nd urology appointment was with the consultant, having been seen by the registrar the first time when he was told it was PCa.
My husband asked what effect the treatment would have on our sex life as he was already having some problems with ED. The consultant - a man probably around the same age as my husband (mid 50s) said very casually 'Oh you don't need to worry about that because you'll lose all interest in sex anyway so it won't matter'. Then he moved on totally ignoring my husband's look of devastation.
I am still so angry about the total lack of empathy and the evil side of me thinks about whether that man will ever recall that comment if he ever finds himself in the same situation.
The nurse who was present looked shocked at his response and did tell us afterwards that there were options to help but we then transferred over to an oncologist and it was never mentioned again. He did get some Cialis and Viagra from the GP but no real advice such as I've seen on this site on how best to use them.