"When you start talking to other cancer survivors, you may find that other people have had very similar or even identical feelings [to your own]." — Jennifer Potter, MD
Around half of women who survive breast, colorectal, or gynecologic cancers may confront post-treatment sexual difficulties, such as loss of desire, pain during intercourse, or infertility. Survivors of other cancers may face challenges, too. Fortunately, many sexual side effects are treatable.
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