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Women's Sexual Health Checklist

Women's Sexual Health Checklist

Questions related to sexual health to ask you cancer care team

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  • How might treatment affect my sex life? Will it affect my sexual desire, response, or function? What can be done about these effects?
  • Is it safe to have sex now? If not, when will it be OK to have sex?
  • Are there any types of sex I should avoid?
  • Do I need birth control or other protection during treatment? How about afterwards? If yes, then for how long?
  • Can the medications I use be passed to my partner through my body fluids?
  • What safety measures do I need to take, and for how long?
  • (If you are having surgery), how will this surgery affect my appearance?
  • Does a body part or organ need to be removed? If so, will it be removed partially or completely? Can it be replaced, transplanted, or reconstructed?
  • How will it impact my sexual health?
  • How big will my scar be?
  • How soon can I have sex after my surgery?
  • Are there any types of sex or positions I should avoid when I start having sex again?
  • Will I be able to have children after surgery?
  • How will this treatment affect my appearance?
  • Will I lose my hair? If so, when and how much?
  • Will I gain or lose weight due to the treatment?
  • Does my partner need to use birth control while I'm on treatment? What about afterwards? If yes, then for how long?

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