Cancer treatments can cause physiological changes that affect patients’ ability to feel in the mood for sex. Workshops, like one run by the Hong Kong Cancer Fund, is helping couples rediscovered their sex life. Photo: Alamy

Sex after cancer: how couples can learn to be intimate again, as one wife and husband did after surgery triggered menopause

  • Cancer treatments can cause physiological changes that affect patients’ ability to feel in the mood for sex
  • A workshop run by Hong Kong Cancer Fund is helping couples rediscover their sex lives by broadening their views of intimacy
Topic |   Health and wellness

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Cancer treatments can cause physiological changes that affect patients’ ability to feel in the mood for sex. Workshops, like one run by the Hong Kong Cancer Fund, is helping couples rediscovered their sex life. Photo: Alamy
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