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http://www.macmillan.org.uk/sex Many people who have undergone cancer treatment find it can have a lasting and distressing impact on their relationships. The surgery or treatment received for certain types of cancer can make it physically difficult to have sex, or leave confidence shattered and body image low. This can lead to patients and their partners experiencing feelings of guilt and rejection and making communication difficult.
Isabel White, a CRUK Post-doctoral Research Fellow, gives advice and demonstrates the tools available to women to help with possible sexual side effects of cancer treatment.