Facing the negative impact of cancer therapy on sexual life: It is well established that the treatment of many cancers show inevitably negative consequences on the sexuality of both partners. This is frequently found in male patients of prostate, bladder, rectum and testicular cancers as well as female patients with breast, uterus, vaginal and ovarian cancers. It is the responsibility of the counselling physicians to prepare the couple gently on the possible negative consequences in the various sexual domains by the treatments in question and to give them at the same time a positive outlook on available treatment options to overcome these negative consequences.
Prevention and treatment of sexual disturbances after cancer treatment:
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