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Sex After Testicular Cancer



Sex After Testicular Cancer
Testicular cancer doesn't have to mean an end to your sex life. While issues may arise, many men experience satisfying sex following testicular cancer treatment.
Both survivors and oncologists emphatically agree that testicular cancer will not put an end to a man's sex life. In fact, many men say that their relationship with their long-term partner strengthened following cancer. However, testicular cancer and treatment for testicular cancer can affect sex to some degree. The type of surgery you have, whether you underwent chemotherapy or radiation, and the emotional toll of having testicular cancer can all play a part. But there are many things you can do to lessen the impact of testicular cancer on your sex life.

Testicular Cancer: Sex After Surgery

Surgery for testicular cancer can be divided into orchidectomy (removal of one or both testicles) and retroperitoneal lymph node dissection (RPLND), or removal of abdominal lymph nodes, if the cancer has spread.

“The majority [of men] who’ve had an orchidectomy are able to have sex in the normal way,” says Derek Raghavan, MD, director of the Taussig Cancer Institute at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.

Doug Bank, a cancer survivor who runs the online Testicular Cancer Resource Center, says: “I know survivors who have sex the day after their operation.” However, most doctors suggest men let their bodies recover from the physical trauma of the procedure first.