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Sexual Dysfunction

Are you having intimacy troubles?

A male cancer survivor who is experience body-image issues and intimacy issues

WHAT IT IS

Cancer can have a significant impact on a person's sexual and reproductive health, which can be a difficult topic to discuss. Sexual dysfunction is a common issue for cancer survivors and can be caused by various factors like physical changes, pain, and psychological issues. Cancer treatments like chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and hormonal therapy can affect fertility and libido, causing premature menopause in women or andropause in men.

HOW TO TREAT IT

Cancer can have a significant impact on sexual and reproductive health, causing issues like sexual dysfunction and erectile dysfunction. It's important to discuss any concerns with a specialized doctor or loved one, as there are various treatments available to address these issues. Remember, it's okay to ask for help, and taking care of your sexual health is an important aspect of overall well-being.
We understand that cancer can have a big impact on your body and your relationships, and it's important to take care of yourself both physically and emotionally. Communication is key, so don't be afraid to talk to your doctor or a loved one about any concerns you have.

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