Treatment for certain cancers can affect your sexuality, causing a range of signs and symptoms that can make sex with your partner more difficult. But that doesn't mean you can't have a healthy sex life after cancer treatment.
Knowing more about your cancer treatment and how it may affect sexual function can help you find a solution if problems develop.
Men with cancer in their pelvic area are more likely than are men with other cancers to report difficulty resuming sex after cancer treatment.
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