Jean Hailes: Sex & intimacy after cancer

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Jean Hailes provides excellent information and resources in women’s health.

Sex & intimacy after cancer

Cancer, its treatments and their associated side effects, can affect you both physically and emotionally, impacting your identity, body image, self-esteem and relationships. A woman may be concerned about her attractiveness, appearance and her sexuality whilst adjusting to the diagnosis and treatment, and coming to terms with mortality and feelings of grief.

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