Cancer and its treatment can affect your sexuality and sexual function.
It can also affect your sexual partners and your relationships.
One area of life that cancer and treatment might change is the ability to have or enjoy sex.
This is sometimes referred to as female sexual dysfunction and can affect you physically and emotionally.
Other parts of our bodies may also have these feelings of pleasure and release as well.
In men, ejaculation occurs when the muscles around the base of the penis begin to squeeze in rhythm, pushing the semen through the urethra and out of the penis. We often feel satisfaction and drowsiness during resolution.
But it’s important to note that sex and all the loving and caring that go with it can be life-affirming.