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Lynn Buckley, Macmillan Gynae-oncology CNS & Psychosexual Therapist

It's about giving your head and body time to re-connect: Sex and intimacy after cervical cancer

Posted on: Friday, 9th February 2018 by

To be able to enjoy sex and intimacy, lots of things need to work together. The brain, body, mood and behaviour all need to be in sync, and then if you add a partner into the equation (although you don’t have to) and what is happening around you in life generally, it's a wonder anyone ever manages a successful sex life! So after cervical cancer it’s no surprise that one or all of these areas may have been affected. 

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