Cancer and Sexuality
Fertility and Cancer Treatments
Female Sexuality and Cancer
Overview of Female Anatomy
Vaginal Discomfort and Dryness
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
Male Sexuality and Cancer
Overview of Male Anatomy
Overview of Erection Problems
Oral Medicine for Erections
Vacuum Erection Devices
External Penile Prosthesis
What Options Are You Ready To Try?
Body Image and Sexuality: Cancer
Sexual Relationships and Cancer
Talking to Your Partner About Sex
Low Sexual Desire
Sexual Response and Having Better Sexual Experiences
References and Resources
There are treatments for incontinence and ways to help you manage it at home.
The pelvic floor is a hammock of muscles and ligaments across the bottom of your pelvis.
Some couples struggle with urine leaking during sex. These ideas might help:
Some women with very bad stress incontinence might need surgery. Your doctor might want you to wait until after your cancer treatments to have surgery. Many doctors recommend waiting at least 1 year before having surgery for incontinence.
Your doctor will tell you what surgery is best for you. The different
types of surgery for incontinence include:
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