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Iowakate (@katehedderich)

Intimacy and cancer

Cancer: Managing Symptoms | Last Active: Mar 5 4:04pm | Replies (39)

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@katehedderich Welcome to Connect. And congratulations on trusting us with a subject many cancer patients have as concern but are hesitant to discuss. There are so many losses experienced in a cancer journey including those involving sexual intimacy. You say that you have tried unsuccessfully to discuss this with your husband. If you have had open discussions in the past, this certainly must be an additional loss if not feel like new rejection. If those discussions weren’t part of your relationships, what options to obtain help do you have that might be acceptable to your husband? Again, I applaud your trust and honesty. It speaks well of your relationship. Peace, Nancy

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Thanks for your thoughts.

I am glad somebody asked. I was wondering if you can have sex while dealing with cancer. I have 3 small tremors in my pelvic area, I had a total hysterectomy. So I was wondering if those tumors would pop or dislodge or something. Soooo, is this possible?