Breast Cancer and Sexuality: A Few Resources

We may have wrapped up Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but that does not mean we can’t keep up with the awareness.  Awareness is all year ’round, Baby!

Finding information on breast cancer and sexuality is actually not that difficult.  A lot of information can be found on the topic.  But here is a small list of resources to get you started.

Sex and Intimacy | BREASTCANCER.ORG

This comprehensive guide covers a list of issues regarding sex and intimacy, including…

Changes in Your Sex Life

Accepting the Nude You

Beyond Intercourse

…just to name a few.

Breast Cancer: Sex and Intimacy | Mayo Clinic

A highlight of this article is a guide to assembling a “getting your groove back” tool kit. Wild…

Intimacy after Breast Cancer Treatment – Looking for a New “Normal” | Breast Cancer

The second page of this article contains 6 tips for developing a new intimate relationship.

Sexuality and Breast Cancer – How Breast Cancer Can Affect Sexuality | Sexuality

Cory Silverberg (the blogger for Sexuality) provides a lot of information on the topic.  I know what you may be thinking… he’s a guy.  But he’s extremely knowledgeable and his extensive research shows in his writing, so I encourage you to check it out.  Cory starts out by presenting the effects of breast cancer on sexuality, then branches out into different areas, including the following:

Sexuality and Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Sexuality and Breast Cancer Treatment

Sexuality and Surviving Breast Cancer

Sexuality and Terminal Diagnosis

Other Articles

Beauty Is A State of Mind: Sex After Masectomy | AOL Health

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One Comment

  1. Posted November 3, 2010 at 11:11 PM | Permalink

    Hmm, stuff that we men tend to take for granted, good to read #smilesandhugs

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