Cancer Survivors’ Resources
Many cancer survivors and their partners find that their sexual health and reality have changed since getting a cancer diagnosis and going through treatment. Even people who did not have cancer that affected their sexual body parts can experience changes in how they feel about themselves, and how their bodies respond to arousal and pleasure.
In this section you will find a variety of resources to help you find your way to a place where you can enjoy sexual pleasure, alone or with a partner. We encourage you to accept that it is a process that you will go through, and that you are likely to find that sexuality has changed since cancer. With a little bit of work, a little bit of play, and the help of some good tools, you can find yourself on the path to a "new normal" that is full of pleasure and delight.
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- How can we avoid condom breakage?
- Anorgasmia and Anti-depressants
- What is appropriate gynecologist behavior?
- Should we try some exhibitionism?
- How to choose a DVD about positions
- When one wants a threesome and the other doesn’t