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Breast Cancer Recovery, Your Partner & Your Sex Life
 
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Mia Curtiss is a breast cancer survivor turned advocate, who tackles the topic of sex and breast cancer for http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/. Mia shares how it is important and necessary to put you and your health first. If a partner is not recovering alongside you, seeking professional help is a must. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk. If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
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Sex after Prostate Cancer
 
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Great Sex tips for Prostate Cancer survivors! Prostate Cancer afflicts 1 in 7 Men and sexual functioning is an important part of recovery. America's Sex Educator breaks down the basics of sex after prostate cancer and tells survivors important info to discuss with their doctor. This is a must-see sex education show made especially for prostate cancer survivors and their sexual partners. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For your daily dose of nooky knowledge, join Dr. Sonjia: facebook http://facebook.com/drsonjia twitter: http://twitter.com/drsonjia?_rdr=p subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/drsonjia ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Leslie Schover: Will2Love - Guiding cancer survivors on the journey to sexual wellness
 
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Sexual problems rank among the top unmet needs of cancer survivors. Over 60% (9 million) in the US end up with persistent sexual problems. Half report distress, yet fewer than 20% get professional help. Will2Love offers online help, encouraging partners to work together and singles to date again. Will2Love.com provides news, blogs, webinars, moderated online forums, and resources. It links to responsively designed intervention sites for men and women, offered as self-help subscriptions or in a package with telehealth counseling. The interventions each give information on sexual and fertility side effects across cancer sites, self-help strategies to prevent or overcome specific sexual problems, training in sexual and couple communication skills, advice on finding expert help, video interviews with real patients, and vignettes with actors. Sites were developed with 3 fast-track SBIR/STTR grants from NCI. Published and recently completed trials show their efficacy. A randomized trial (RT) of 186 couples after prostate cancer compared the same sex therapy intervention delivered online or in 3 in-person sessions, with a waitlist control (Schover et al. 2012, Cancer). Both formats significantly improved sexual function/satisfaction in men and partners, with gains maintained at 1-year follow-up. An RT compared our next version to urology care alone in a cancer center’s sexual medicine clinic. Treatment satisfaction improved for all men, but access to the web site did not enhance outcomes, with poor adherence. We revised the site extensively, adding goal-setting and tracking and improving navigation. In a pragmatic trial of 29 men (mean age 61±9, mean time since diagnosis 37 mos.±42) 86% accessed the site vs. 60% in the RT, with 59% viewing it for more than 30 min. compared to 34% in the RT. Mean time on site increased from 101±81 min. in the RT to 151±250 in the pragmatic trial, with 41% vs. 17% sharing it with a partner. Efficacy data is not yet available but 60% rated the site as helpful in understanding cancer’s impact on sex and 34% used it to make decisions about care or felt it improved their sex life. Phone coaching was optional, but 86% rated it very helpful. An RT of our female intervention randomized 58 women to web site alone or supplemented with 3 counseling sessions (Schover et al. 2013, JNCCN). Survivors of breast or gynecologic cancer completed questionnaires at baseline, posttreatment, and 6-month follow-up. Both groups improved significantly in sexual function/satisfaction, distress, and quality of life, but the counseled group initially had bigger gains on sexual function. Site usage was similar in the 2 groups (149±157 min.), but the counseled group’s usage was mainly during the treatment period. The self-help group continued using it during follow-up. By 6 months, groups’ improvement had equalized. We used this site in a multi-component intervention to prevent sexual problems in women starting aromatase inhibitors for localized breast cancer. Data analysis is ongoing, but at 12 months, only 15% of women gave up partner sex compared to 24% in our survey of a similar, untreated cohort. Scores on sexual function and distress also were far better than in the historical cohort. We will continue outcome studies as we go live with the commercial sites.
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Sexuality and Breast Cancer | Johns Hopkins Breast Center
 
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Sexuality and breast cancer often needs additional help to understand just what to expect. Don Dizon is an oncologist specializing in women’s cancers at Lifespan Cancer Institute. He and Director of Breast Cancer Survivorship at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Elissa Bantug sit down to discuss sexual functioning after breast cancer, why these issues occur, treatment modalities, tips for partners, and sexual wellness. Watch more videos about living with breast cancer at https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/breast_center/patient_information/videos/videos_sexuality_reproduction.html
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Tips for Sex After Cancer
 
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Dr. Sueann Mark, clinical sexologist and cancer survivor, answers questions about how to have a happy post-cancer sex life.
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Wendy Maltz - Partners In Healing
 
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The program is presented by Wendy Maltz, M.S.W., a licensed marriage counselor, certified sex therapist, author of the book "The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse" (Harper Collins, 1991) and co-author of "Incest and Sexuality: A Guide to Understanding and Healing" (Lexington Books, 1987). This video is produced and distributed by InterVision Media, an award winning producer of health education materials. "Partners in Healing" breaks new ground as it explores the dynamics of couples in various stages of therapy, working together to heal the emotional scars of incest. "Partners in Healing" can help incest survivors and their therapists learn: -How incest affects sexuality -How partners can both be included in and involved in treatment as a couple -How both partners are affected by the intimacy problems that result form incest -How they can work together to become true partners in healing
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S2 #4: Surviving Racism & Cancer as a Queer Woman
 
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In season 2 episode 4 of PBS Digital Studios’ First Person, host Aaryn Lang talks with Sex Educator and Activist Ericka Hart about her experience as a black Cancer survivor undergoing treatment in a world where she didn't see herself and what motivates her activism as a queer black woman. Subscribe to First Person: http://to.pbs.org/firstpersonsub Find us on Social: https://twitter.com/firstpersonpbs #FirstPersonPBS https://www.facebook.com/firstpersonpbs http://firstpersonpbs.tumblr.com https://instagram.com/firstpersonpbs #FirstPersonPBS About Ericka Hart: A kinky, poly, cancer-warrior, activist, sexuality educator and performer with a Master’s of Education in Human Sexuality from Widener University, Ericka Hart has taught sexuality education for elementary aged youth to adults across New York City for the past six years. Her work in sexuality education was catalyzed by her service as a Peace Corps HIV/AIDs volunteer in Ethiopia from 2008-2010. Diagnosed with bilateral breast cancer in May 2014 at the age of 28, she realized that her identity as a queer black woman was featured prominently in her treatment. Audiences around the world admire Ericka for her ability to use what has swelled to a cult following on social media among young, queer and trans people of color, cancer survivors, activists, artists, etc. to challenge systemic patriarchy and anti-black standards of beauty. Ericka’s voice, though erudite and rooted in cutting edge thought leadership around human sexual expression as inextricable to overall human health and its intersections with race, gender, chronic illness and disability, remains both radical and relatable, pushing well beyond the threshold of sex positivity. Produced by PBS Digital Studios and WNET Mic and its channels, Slay and The Movement, are official media partners of season 2 of First Person. Host: Aaryn Lang Executive Producers: Daniel B. Greenberg & Joe Harrell  Producer, Director, Supervising Editor: Erin McIntyre Production Management: Sophia Clark Editor: Max Orenstein  Camera: Chie Miyajima, Sophia Clark Graphics: Kyle Sweet Field Producer: Sophia Clark Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/83QG/
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Wifely Duty and Why So Many Married Women Eventually Prefer No Sex
 
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Here’s the way to avoid the nearly inevitable sexless marriage experienced by so many long-term couples and in fact have your sex life get stronger as you get older. Michael is a prostate cancer survivor who was left completely impotent as a result of his treatments. Yet, it was because of his impotence that he and his partner discovered an entirely new approach to emotional, physical and spiritual intimacy that far exceeds anything either experienced prior to when things were working "correctly." His mission is to help men, women and couples everywhere to achieve extraordinary intimacy on all levels. He is an international speaker, author and thought leader on the issues of human connection and intimacy. He also speaks pro-bono to Cancer Support Centers and Gilda’s Clubs around the U.S. for cancer survivors and their partners about regaining intimacy in the face of cancer. Go to MichaelRusserLive.com to explore the possibility of having Michael speak at your next event. Michael is also a champion of the nonprofit men's work being done by the ManKind Project ( MKPUSA.org). He completed the New Warrior Training Adventure in 2012. Website: MichaelRusserLive.com iTunes: Creating Extraordinary Intimacy in a Disconnected World TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK8f8w7ICng
Просмотров: 3173 Michael Russer
How cancer treatment affects sexuality in men | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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Pelvic radiation, surgery for prostate cancer, and even bone marrow transplants are treatments that can cause loss of desire and affect sexual function. Sharon Bober, Director of the Sexual Health Program discusses treatment options for men, including oral drugs and injection therapies for erectile dysfunction, and also talks about the importance of reaching out to your doctor to discuss these and other available treatment options. Find out more about survivorship at: http://www.dana-farber.org/For-Adult-Cancer-Survivors.aspx
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Advice For Talking About Sexual Issues With Your Partner
 
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Get advice about discussing sexual issues with your partner after breast cancer from sexual health expert Michael Krychman, MD. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers suggest questions and topics and get answers from breast cancer experts. Suggest a topic now at http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk. If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
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Dr. David Samadi - Sex after Prostate Cancer : A Candid Look
 
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Does prostate cancer mean the end of my sex life? How will sex after prostate cancer be different? Lenox Hill's robotic prostate surgeon, Dr. David Samadi, answers these questions every day. "The truth," he says, "is that prostate cancer treatment changes sex, but it does not end it." Restoring an enjoyable sex life after prostate cancer is, in part, dependent on prostate cancer treatment choice. "My goal is to remove prostate cancer with the most precise surgery possible: SMART (Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique) robotic prostatectomy," says Dr. Samadi. "When men and their partners know what to expect, they can accelerate recovery, experiment, and work together," says Dr. David Samadi, who encourages patients to resume sexual activity as soon as they're up for it -- or sooner. Some changes are temporary and some are permanent, but all can be overcome. Sex, Prostate Cancer, and Erectile Dysfunction (ED): What to Expect After Prostate Surgery Impotence and ED -- erection issues after surgery are temporary for most men. Don't hesitate to take advantage of oral medication such as Viagra and Cialis. Orgasm without erection -- you can experience pleasurable orgasm without an erection. During recovery, sexual pleasure is not dependent on sexual penetration. No more ejaculation -- no prostate gland or seminal vesicles means no ejaculation. Your orgasm may feel different, but it will still be pleasurable. Leaking urine during sex -- it might happen, it might not. If it does, it will likely be minor and temporary and will not harm you or your partner. Changes in mood and libido -- the psychological and physical impact of surgery can leave you tired and irritable; sex may be the last thing on your mind. Work toward intimacy, whether sex is involved or not, and desire will return. Performance anxiety -- self-esteem can take a hit during prostate cancer recovery. Talk to your partner and explore your intimacy together. Instead of worrying about what your partner will think, turn the focus on their pleasure. With commitment to recovery and post-surgery follow-up, Dr. David Samadi's patients can reasonably expect the complete return of erectile function in 12-24 months after surgery. Read more about how SMART (Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique) surgery preserves sexual function better than other prostate cancer treatment methods. _________________________________________________________________ Dr. David Samadi is the Chairman of Urology & Robotics Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital. He's also a Fox News Medical-A-Team Contributor & Professor of Urology at Hofstra Northshore LIJ School of Medicine. Dr. David Samadi Prostate Cancer Center is situated at 485 Madison Avenue, 21st Floor, New York, NY 10022 | Phone: +1-212-365-5000 (https://goo.gl/maps/mfansYfCMAn) Connect with Dr. David Samadi: Web: http://www.drdavidsamadi.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidSamadi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drdavidsamadi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drdavidsamadi/ #DrDavidSamadi @DrDavidSamadi #davidsamadi #prostate #prostatecancer #cancer #health #healthcare #medicine #surgery #lenoxhillhospital _________________________________________________________________
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Cervical Cancer | Prevention, Screening and Treatment | Medical Documentary Films
 
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Cervical Cancer | Prevention, Screening and Treatment | Medical Documentary Films Cervical cancer is a cancer arising from the cervix.[1] It is due to the abnormal growth of cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body.[2] Early on, typically no symptoms are seen. Later symptoms may include abnormal vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, or pain during sexual intercourse.[1] While bleeding after sex may not be serious, it may also indicate the presence of cervical cancer.[3] Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection appears to be involved in the development of more than 90% of cases;[4][5] most people who have had HPV infections, however, do not develop cervical cancer. Other risk factors include smoking, a weak immune system, birth control pills, starting sex at a young age, and having many sexual partners, but these are less important. Read more about “Cervical Cancer | Prevention, Screening and Treatment | Medical Documentary Films”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cervical_cancer You may also subscribe to MEDICAL DOCUMENTARY FILMS channel for more updated videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDlmyYCGBX9hjXf3WH3l6qw Thank you for watching “Cervical Cancer | Prevention, Screening and Treatment | Medical Documentary Films”.
Просмотров: 763 John J. Hamby
Improving Libido After Cancer - SLUCare Health Watch
 
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SLUCare OB/GYN, Dr. Becky Lynn says cancer can do real damage to a woman's desire for sexual intimacy following cancer. During cancer treatment, women are often focused on surviving. "And then, patients are sort of left with after treatment now what?" Dr. Lynn is one of the only obstetricians in the St. Louis area specializing in women's sexual health. And, Dr. Lynn can relate. "I was just like them in 2010. I underwent breast cancer treatment. So I hear what they're saying and I feel for them." Hormone associated cancers cause Dr. Lynn to look at options like antidepressants and other hormone-free treatments. "Addyi, for one, is something that I use in breast cancer patients who can't take hormones. So, there is something out there that, even if you can't take hormones that you can use to jump start your sex drive." Exercise, a clean diet and lots of communication between partners are things that women can do at every stage of their cancer fight. "They really have to focus on their cancer treatment first, but there are some things that you can do even while going through treatment that help your sex life but help your overall health as well." The message to take away from all this, Lynn says, is that female sexuality is a complicated process of the physical, the emotional and the psychological. "There are many things we can do to bring intimacy back to your relationship. The important thing to remember is that a woman's sexual and intimate life doesn't have to end with age or illness." More information online at www.slucare.edu To schedule an appointment with a SLUCare physician, please call (314) 977-4440. SLUCare Physician Group is a patient-centered network of more than 500 health care providers on staff at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. As part of an academic medical practice, SLUCare physicians are experts in their respective fields, providing specialty care for even the most complex medical conditions. SLUCare physicians practice in 47 different hospitals and clinics throughout the St. Louis region, making high-quality, advanced care convenient for you and your family.
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Sex After Prostate Cancer. Current Developments in Sexual Recovery  Post Prostate Cancer Treatment
 
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Sex After Prostate Cancer. Patrick Lumbroso presents Current Developments in Sexual Recovery Post Prostate Cancer Treatment. Free eBook: Sex Love and Intimacy After Prostate Cancer. 30+ Pages of Frequently Asked Questions About Sex After Prostate Cancer Both Men and Their Partners Want Answered. Visit http://sexafterprostatecancer.com.au/e-book.html Despite many prostate cancer survivors pre-operatively reporting an interest in receiving treatment for post-radical prostatectomy-related erectile dysfunction, as many as 50% of men will not to proceed with any form of post-prostatectomy treatments for erectile dysfunction (PTED). Of those that commence therapy, it is estimated that almost 75% will discontinue treatment within 18 months. In this 30 minute presentation, Patrick Lumbroso critiques the current approach towards helping men and their partners following prostate cancer treatment and highlights some the positive work being done in the area of penile rehabilitation and sexual recovery following Prostate Cancer treatment.
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Prostate Cancer - A Partner's Perspective
 
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A Partners Perspective from Lady Deborah Holmes.
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Sex, Lies and Menopause
 
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When your partner uses menopause as the reason for diminished desire consider it your wake up call to something more serious… Michael is a prostate cancer survivor who was left completely impotent as a result of his treatments. Yet, it was because of his impotence that he and his partner discovered an entirely new approach to emotional, physical and spiritual intimacy that far exceeds anything either experienced prior to when things were working "correctly." His mission is to help men, women and couples everywhere to achieve extraordinary intimacy on all levels. He is an international speaker, author and thought leader on the issues of human connection and intimacy. He also speaks pro-bono to Cancer Support Centers and Gilda’s Clubs around the U.S. for cancer survivors and their partners about regaining intimacy in the face of cancer. Go to MichaelRusserLive.com to explore the possibility of having Michael speak at your next event. Michael is also a champion of the nonprofit men's work being done by the ManKind Project ( MKPUSA.org). He completed the New Warrior Training Adventure in 2012. Website: MichaelRusserLive.com iTunes: Creating Extraordinary Intimacy in a Disconnected World TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK8f8w7ICng
Просмотров: 322 Michael Russer
Improving your sex life during and after cancer treatment
 
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Sexual changes due to cancer are normal but you can still have a fulfilling sex life. A sex therapist at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Claire Postl helps patients and couples who are experiencing sexual problems during and after cancer treatment learn to improve their sexual health. Learn more about The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Department of Urology sexual health services, visit https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/urology Visit The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center: https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/ Subscribe to The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/osumedicalcenter Like The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OSUWexnerMedicalCenter/ Follow The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/osuwexmed Follow The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/osuwexmed Connect with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-ohio-state-university-wexner-medical-center
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Michael Russer and Jacqueline Lopez - Sharp Healthcare Interview
 
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Sharp Healthcare of San Diego interviewed Michael Russer and Jacqueline Lopez on June 9th, 2017 before their speech to cancer survivors and their partners about how to regain sex and intimacy in the face of cancer. During their talk they also did a book signing for their latest book "Return to Sex & Intimacy - For Cancer Survivors and Their Partners" which was published in May, 2017. Anyone who wishes to purchase their book can do so in either print or Kindle versions here: https://www.amazon.com/Return-Sex-Intimacy-Survivors-Partners/dp/0692886397 You can learn more about Michael & Jacqueline at http://CancerIntimacyHelp.com
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01 Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors   Healthy Sexuality after Cancer Treatment
 
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Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors “Hi. I’m Dr. Shannon Chavez. I am a psychologist and certified sex therapist with a specialty in women’s sexual health. I work with women of all ages to help them overcome sexual concerns. One common concern in my practice is healthy sexuality after cancer - for survivors and their partners. It’s important to know that every aspect of sexuality is impacted– mind, body, heart, and spirit. " Premium Silicone Personal Lubricant For Vaginal Dryness. Get your own pjur med PREMIUM glide here: http://us.pjurmed.com/all-products/1/... pjur®med PREMIUM glide stands for: + Extra long-lasting lubrication + No preservatives + Suitable also for highly sensitive skin/mucosa pjur®med PREMIUM glide is specially formulated for dry or highly sensitive mucous membrane in the genital area. The unique formulation, made of high quality silicones without preservatives, makes this mucosa tested formula compatible with all skin and mucosa types. pjur® med PREMIUM is non pore blocking, leaving skin silky and smooth. Water-based Personal Lubricant - pjur med REPAIR glide Get your own pjur med REPAIR glide here: http://us.pjurmed.com/all-products/5/pjur-med-repair-glide?c=43 pjur med REPAIR glide: + With regenerating and moisturizing hyaluron + For dry and stressed skin in the genital area + Soft, long-lasting lubrication pjur®med REPAIR glide is a water-based intimate personal lubricant with regenerative hyaluronic acid for dry and stressed vaginal mucosa. Hyaluron has the ability to bind large amounts of water and to provide better than average lubrication. Hyaluron enables optimal regeneration of the skin. • More Tips in our Intimate Adviser: http://www.pjurmed.com/us/intimate-adviser/ Do you have questions? Visit our Intimate Adviser: http://www.pjurmed.com/us/intimate-adviser/ Contact us at http://www.pjurmed.com/us/about-us/contact/ or Write us: info@pjurmed.com Get even more useful tips! Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pjurmed/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/pjurmed
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Sexuality and Intimacy after Cancer with Dr. Mindy R. Schiffman (Webinar)
 
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The diagnosis and treatment of breast or ovarian cancer can profoundly affect body image, intimacy, and sexuality, leading to concerns about feeling and being desirable, as well as fears of negative reactions from partners. Dr. Mindy R. Schiffman, Clinical Psychologist and Sex Therapist, NYU Langone Fertility Center, discusses ways to counter the emotional and sexual fallout of a cancer diagnosis and treatment.
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After Breast Cancer, Feelings of Undesirability - Mia Curtiss
 
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Mia Curtiss is a breast cancer survivor turned advocate, who tackles the topic of sex and breast cancer for http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/. Mia tells us how "Self Love" is the most important component for a healthy sex life. She advises women to educate not only themselves, but also their partners about this topic. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk. If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
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02 Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors   What changes in sexuality after cancer treatment
 
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Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors “Hi. I’m Dr. Shannon Chavez. I am a psychologist and certified sex therapist with a specialty in women’s sexual health. I work with women of all ages to help them overcome sexual concerns. One common concern in my practice is healthy sexuality after cancer - for survivors and their partners. It’s important to know that every aspect of sexuality is impacted– mind, body, heart, and spirit. " Premium Silicone Personal Lubricant For Vaginal Dryness. Get your own pjur med PREMIUM glide here: http://us.pjurmed.com/all-products/1/... pjur®med PREMIUM glide stands for: + Extra long-lasting lubrication + No preservatives + Suitable also for highly sensitive skin/mucosa pjur®med PREMIUM glide is specially formulated for dry or highly sensitive mucous membrane in the genital area. The unique formulation, made of high quality silicones without preservatives, makes this mucosa tested formula compatible with all skin and mucosa types. pjur® med PREMIUM is non pore blocking, leaving skin silky and smooth. Water-based Personal Lubricant - pjur med REPAIR glide Get your own pjur med REPAIR glide here: http://us.pjurmed.com/all-products/5/pjur-med-repair-glide?c=43 pjur med REPAIR glide: + With regenerating and moisturizing hyaluron + For dry and stressed skin in the genital area + Soft, long-lasting lubrication pjur®med REPAIR glide is a water-based intimate personal lubricant with regenerative hyaluronic acid for dry and stressed vaginal mucosa. Hyaluron has the ability to bind large amounts of water and to provide better than average lubrication. Hyaluron enables optimal regeneration of the skin. • More Tips in our Intimate Adviser: http://www.pjurmed.com/us/intimate-adviser/ Do you have questions? Visit our Intimate Adviser: http://www.pjurmed.com/us/intimate-adviser/ Contact us at http://www.pjurmed.com/us/about-us/contact/ or Write us: info@pjurmed.com Get even more useful tips! Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pjurmed/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/pjurmed
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Common Sexual Health Problems for Cancer Survivors & What To Do
 
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http://www.mass.gov/cancersurvivor This video is part of the Wellness Guide for Cancer Survivors, a new publication from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. It is for adults who have been diagnosed and treated for any type of cancer. It includes information on how cancer survivors can improve their wellness and quality of life in six areas of wellness: physical, emotional, social, spiritual, thinking (cognitive) and work. The guide includes stories of how cancer survivors in Massachusetts have improved their wellness in each area covered. It also includes advice and tips from leading cancer survivorship experts. Please get the guide at the link above.
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Sex and impotence after prostate cancer - Macmillan Cancer Support
 
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Brian talks about the impact of prostate cancer and impotence on his sex life. He explains how, in the face of these challenges, his relationship with Elizabeth remained strong. For more information about cancer and sex, visit http://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/relationships/your-sex-life-and-sexuality For more information about prostate cancer, visit http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Cancerinformation/Cancertypes/Prostate/Prostatecancer.aspx Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UsAbto Twitter: https://twitter.com/macmillancancer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macmillancancer This video was correct as of 1st January 2014.
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Oral cancer and HPV
 
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Oral cancers are on the rise in the United States and many physicians believe the cause might be linked to Human papillomavirus (HPV). For patients, surgery of the head and neck can be complicated and potentially disfiguring. But with robotic-assisted surgery now available, patients are facing less pain and a speedier recovery. For more information about the robotic surgery program at Swedish visit http://www.swedish.org/Services/Robotic-Surgery-Program
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04 Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors   pjur med personal lubricants
 
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Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors “Hi. I’m Dr. Shannon Chavez. I am a psychologist and certified sex therapist with a specialty in women’s sexual health. I work with women of all ages to help them overcome sexual concerns. One common concern in my practice is healthy sexuality after cancer - for survivors and their partners. It’s important to know that every aspect of sexuality is impacted– mind, body, heart, and spirit. " Premium Silicone Personal Lubricant For Vaginal Dryness. Get your own pjur med PREMIUM glide here: http://us.pjurmed.com/all-products/1/... pjur®med PREMIUM glide stands for: + Extra long-lasting lubrication + No preservatives + Suitable also for highly sensitive skin/mucosa pjur®med PREMIUM glide is specially formulated for dry or highly sensitive mucous membrane in the genital area. The unique formulation, made of high quality silicones without preservatives, makes this mucosa tested formula compatible with all skin and mucosa types. pjur® med PREMIUM is non pore blocking, leaving skin silky and smooth. Water-based Personal Lubricant - pjur med REPAIR glide Get your own pjur med REPAIR glide here: http://us.pjurmed.com/all-products/5/pjur-med-repair-glide?c=43 pjur med REPAIR glide: + With regenerating and moisturizing hyaluron + For dry and stressed skin in the genital area + Soft, long-lasting lubrication pjur®med REPAIR glide is a water-based intimate personal lubricant with regenerative hyaluronic acid for dry and stressed vaginal mucosa. Hyaluron has the ability to bind large amounts of water and to provide better than average lubrication. Hyaluron enables optimal regeneration of the skin. • More Tips in our Intimate Adviser: http://www.pjurmed.com/us/intimate-adviser/ Do you have questions? Visit our Intimate Adviser: http://www.pjurmed.com/us/intimate-adviser/ Contact us at http://www.pjurmed.com/us/about-us/contact/ or Write us: info@pjurmed.com Get even more useful tips! Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pjurmed/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/pjurmed
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Cancer, relationships and sexuality - Macmillan Cancer Support
 
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Amanda talks about her breast cancer diagnosis and the impact it had on her relationship and life. She talks about how the cancer affected her body image, sex drive and femininity, and also how she got support from friends and Macmillan Cancer Support. For more information about cancer and sexuality visit http://www.macmillan.org.uk/cancerandsexuality For more information about breast cancer visit http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Cancerinformation/Cancertypes/Breast/ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UsAbto Twitter: https://twitter.com/mac_cancer info Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macmillancancer
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Welcome to the After Cancer YouTube Channel
 
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The After Cancer YouTube Channel is a resource for cancer survivors and their partners struggling with sex after cancer. On this channel, you'll find great advice and tips to help you find intimacy again after cancer and cancer treatment.
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Why Cervical Cancer is No 1 Cancer in India? - Dr. Premlata Subhash
 
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Cervical cancer is the number one cancer in India and India is the leading country in the world unfortunately in the number of freshly detected cervical cancers detected still date the number of deaths per year women dying out of cervical cancer is highest in India, around 1,74,000 women die every year out of cervical cancer and its complications. So this is the number one cancer in the world because of so many reasons that people are very unaware of the facts that they can go and detect it early. The reason for the cervical cancers being number one is because earlier days it is the early marriage age and the girls are exposed to sexual activities at an early age and exposure was for longer period, one more predisposing factor is having multiple sexual partners. Even a girl or her spouse might be having multiple sexual partners and hew might be introducing the infection to the woman and the main cause is the viral infection which is sexually transmitted. This is called as HPV virus. Human Papilloma Virus and it can be detected by simple tests but earlier days the tests were difficult. Women were hesitant to come to doctors even if they have few symptoms and even if they came with some symptoms the detection is done and it was late and beyond they could do anything to save their lives. So that was becoming the biggest reason for India leading for number of deaths and number of detection of cervical cancers. The causes for cervical cancers are having child births at an early age and early pregnancies and more number of child births. That was also the highest risk factor for the Indian woman to have exposed to the infection and one more thing being smoking and long duration usage of oral contraceptive pills. These are few of the other causes for the for the cervical cancers to be the number one cause in India
MonaLisa Touch by DEKA: Testimonials from Patients
 
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3 women (2 of them are breast cancer survivors) talk about their experience associated with either physical changes and sexual problems they daily experience in their private life. A short study reveals how the most intimate discomforts from atrophic vaginitis can be solved by MonaLisa Touch® vaginal treatment by DEKA. These interviews highlight how vaginal dryness, painful intercourse and slight incontinence are daily common disturbances. These symptoms are often worsened by a deep sense of uneasiness and the inability for women to talk about them with their partners, it either affects their own psychological condition and, often, it makes them to feel as, though, they have lost their femininity. The cases shown on this video report the story of women who have been experiencing these problems for years. These women have been able, though, to take back their life just eliminating the bothersome problems associated with menopause thanks to the MonaLisa Touch® treatment, utilizing the new DEKA CO2 laser device that completely regenerates the tissues in the vulvovaginal region with no pain and no need of anesthesia. More information on www.monalisatouch.com REMARK: Please be aware that some of the information / pictures / intended uses mentioned or linked in this video are not available in the USA, its territories and possessions and in Canada.
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Dr. Shannon Chavez about Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors - full version -
 
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Hi. I’m Dr. Shannon Chavez. I am a psychologist and certified sex therapist with a specialty in women’s sexual health. I work with women of all ages to help them overcome sexual concerns. One common concern in my practice is healthy sexuality after cancer - for survivors and their partners. It’s important to know that every aspect of sexuality is impacted– mind, body, heart, and spirit. Women will notice changes in sexual function and psychological factors that affect sexual health. Many of my clients report that they were not prepared to deal with the sexual changes that occur after cancer treatment. There are many ways a woman can work with her mind, body, and partner to address these changes and experience a healthy, intimate sex life after cancer treatment. The pjur med series will help you enjoy intimacy with comfort and confidence at every stage of life, and especially whenever you feel you need an extra portion of moisture. https://us.pjurmed.com/all-products/ More Tips in our Intimate Adviser: http://us.pjurmed.com/ Do you have questions? Visit our Intimate Adviser: https://us.pjurmed.com/ Contact us at https://us.pjurmed.com/contact or Write us: info@pjurmed.com Get social! Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pjurmed/?fre... Twitter: https://twitter.com/pjurmed
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03 Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors   How to get back sensual and sexual pleasure after cancer
 
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Anal cancer: Causes
 
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Anal cancer: Causes Causes In anal cancer, a tumor is created by the abnormal and uncontrolled growth of cells in the anus. The anus is the area at the very end of the gastrointestinal tract. The anal canal connects the rectum to the outside of the body. It is surrounded by a muscle known as the sphincter. The sphincter controls bowel movements by contracting and relaxing. The anus is the part where the anal canal opens to the outside. The anal canal is lined with squamous cells. These flat cells look like fish scales under the microscope. Most anal cancers develop from these squamous cells. Such cancers are known as squamous cell carcinomas. The point at which the anal canal meets the rectum is called the transitional zone. The transitional zone has squamous cells and glandular cells. These produce mucus which helps the stool, or feces, pass through the anus smoothly. Most anal cancers are squamous cell carcinomas, but adenocarcinoma can also develop from the glandular cells in the anus. Risk factors Multiple risk factors have been studied that are linked to anal cancer. They include any or a combination of the following: Human papilloma virus (HPV): Some types of HPV are closely linked to anal cancer. Around 79 percent of people with anal cancer have HPV 16 or 18, and 8 percent have other types of HPV. Multiple sexual partners: This activity increases the risk of contracting HPV, which, in turn, increases the risk of anal cancer, which is a known risk factor. Receptive anal intercourse: Men and women who receive anal intercourse have a higher risk of developing anal cancer. Men who are HIV-positive and who have sex with men are up to 90 times more likely to develop anal cancer, compared with the general population. Other cancers: Women who have had vaginal or cervical cancer, and men who have had penile cancer are at higher risk of developing anal cancer. This is also linked to HPV infection. Age: Anal cancer, like most cancers, are more likely to be detected at an older age. A weakened immune system: People with HIV or AIDS and those who are taking immunosuppressant medications after a transplant are at greater risk. Smoking: Smokers have a significantly higher risk of anal and other cancers than non-smokers. Benign anal lesions: Irritable bowel disease (IBD), hemorrhoids, fistulae, or cicatrices have been linked to anal cancer. Inflammation resulting from benign anal lesions may increase the risk. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy Most patients will probably need chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or both. Radiation therapy may be combined with chemotherapy to destroy anal cancer cells. Treatments may be given together or one after the other. This approach increases the chance of retaining an intact anal sphincter. Survival and remission rates are good. Chemotherapy uses cytotoxic drugs that prevent the cancer cells from dividing. They are given orally or by injection. Radiotherapy uses high-energy rays that destroy the cancer cells. Radiation can be delivered internally or externally. Radiotherapy and chemotherapy have adverse effects, and combining them may make the side effects more acute. Side effects may include: diarrhea or constipation soreness and blistering around the target area, which is the anus a higher susceptibility to infections during treatment fatigue loss of appetite nausea or vomiting mouth ulcers or sore mouth loss of hair narrowing and dryness of the vagina a low white blood cell count, increasing the risk of infection anemia, due to a low red blood cell count a low platelet count, raising the risk of bruising or bleeding dry skin rashes muscle and nerve problems excessive coughing and sometimes breathing difficulties fertility problems
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Expert Angle Sexuality and Prostate Cancer with Dr Anne Katz
 
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Dr. Anne Katz, author of Prostate Cancer and the Man You Love: Supporting and Caring for Your Partner; Woman Cancer Sex; and Man Cancer Sex. Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men after skin cancer. It is well known that the side effects of the treatment cause more suffering than the disease itself. Side effects of surgery include incontinence and erectile difficulties; radiation therapy leads to urinary and bowel problems; and androgen deprivation (hormone) therapy leads to a broad range of long-term side effects affecting physical and emotional functioning. But it is not only the man who suffers through treatment and its side effects. The partners and spouses of prostate cancer survivors are known to experience distress as the man they love moves through the various stages of diagnosis, treatment, and survival. In this recorded webinar, Dr Katz discusses sexuality and prostate cancer, including: - Sexual challenges after all treatments for prostate cancer - The impact on your partner - Evidence-based treatments for sexual challenges after prostate cancer
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My Story Prostate Cancer 7 months after surgery
 
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Interview of prostate cancer survivor 7 months after Keyhole surgery For more information you can contact Dr Dr Hodo Haxhimolla
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The National Capital Private Hospital, Canberra. Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection that is sufficient for sexual intercourse. ED is the most common sexual disorder or sexual health issue among men. In fact, approximately 150 million men worldwide have some form of ED (sometimes called impotence). Erectile Dysfunction is a common condition. It can be progressive. Dealing with Erectile Dysfunction (or ED) can be challenging or difficult not only for men who have the condition (sometimes called impotence'), but also for their partners. Confidence matters — The penile implant option Many men with erectile dysfunction fail to achieve Consistent satisfactory results with drug regimens, Injection therapy and other treatment options. In fact, 70 percent of men drop out of injection therapy treatments within one year. For these men, there is hope. Penile implants have been an excellent surgical option for the past 30 years. Even in the face of less-invasive therapies, the penile prosthesis remains a viable and positive treatment option for patients seeking solutions beyond pills and injections. Patient satisfaction can be a complicated issue. However, a recent clinical study illustrated that penile prosthesis implantation has the highest satisfaction rates in comparison with pills or injection therapy for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. 95 percent of Erectile Dysfunction cases can be treated2 Up to 80 percent of all ED cases may be due to physical causes ED can be the first symptom of an underlying condition, such as heart disease or diabetes, where early detection and treatment are important Remember, it's important that you discuss your concerns with your doctor or medical professional, as: produced by Westymedia David Westbrook www.westymedia.com Canon EOS D5 Mark II Prostate cancer Australia male health science Australia medical erection mens Medical athletics business communications language humanities engineering economics computer math media medicine Australia erectile dysfunction sex penis love making prostate marriage intimacy sex Diabetics lovemaking heart disease www.westymedia www.fixED.net.au Category: Education Tags: Prostate cancer Australia male health science medical erection mens Medical athletics business communications language humanities Canon EOS D5 Mark IIengineering economics computer math media medicine erectile dysfunction sex penis love making prostate marriage intimacy Diabetics www.westymedia www.fixED.net.au heart disease Peyronie's Disease
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Cervical Cancer Causes Symptoms And Treatment,Cervical Cancer Causes,Cervical Cancer Symptoms,Cancer
 
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Cervical Cancer Causes Symptoms And Treatment,Cervical Cancer Causes,Cervical Cancer Symptoms,Cancer Cervical cancer is the cancer that grows in the cervix. It is most common in the women over 30 years. It is caused in the lower part of the uterus. Cervical cancer, cancer in cervix, what is cervical cancer, symptoms of cervical cancer, causes of cervical cancer, causes and symptoms of cervical cancer, symptoms and causes of cervical cancer, cervical cancer treatment, treatment of cervical cancer, cervical cancer treatment, cancer of cervix, how is cervical cancer caused, cervical cancer risk factors, cervical cancer facts, facts about cervical cancer, facts about cervical cancer you should know, Cervical Cancer: Causes Symptoms Diagnosis Treatment, cervical cancer outlook, cervical cancer survival rate, cervical cancer symptoms and signs, cervical cancer signs, signs of cervical cancer, what are the signs of cervical cancer, what are the symptoms of cervical cancer Cervical cancer if diagnosed in early stage it can be prevented completely. When undetected or unthreated it can be life-threatening. Causes The most common cause of cervical cancer is HPV or Human Papillomavirus and the other causes include early sexual contact, multiple sexual partners, taking oral contraceptives or birth control pills and cigarette smoking increase the risk of cervical cancer because they lead to greater exposure to HPV. Symptoms There may not be any symptoms in the early stage of cervical cancer. The most common symptoms include abnormal or irregular vaginal bleeding other than menstruation, pain during sex, abnormal vaginal discharge, frequent urination, pain during urination, pelvic pain and kidney failure in the advanced stage. The women between 21 to 65 are recommended the screening by Pap smear test every 3 years. If the abnormal cells are found in pap smear test then colposcopy is performed. If required biopsy is done. The treatment includes Radiation therapy, Surgery and Chemotherapy.
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How to Eliminate Performance Anxiety Forever
 
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There is any easy way to eliminate performance anxiety once and for all and experience intimacy beyond what you thought possible. Michael is a prostate cancer survivor who was left completely impotent as a result of his treatments. Yet, it was because of his impotence that he and his partner discovered an entirely new approach to emotional, physical and spiritual intimacy that far exceeds anything either experienced prior to when things were working "correctly." His mission is to help men, women and couples everywhere to achieve extraordinary intimacy on all levels. He is an international speaker, author and thought leader on the issues of human connection and intimacy. He also speaks pro-bono to Cancer Support Centers and Gilda’s Clubs around the U.S. for cancer survivors and their partners about regaining intimacy in the face of cancer. Go to MichaelRusserLive.com to explore the possibility of having Michael speak at your next event. Michael is also a champion of the nonprofit men's work being done by the ManKind Project ( MKPUSA.org). He completed the New Warrior Training Adventure in 2012. Website: MichaelRusserLive.com iTunes: Creating Extraordinary Intimacy in a Disconnected World TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK8f8w7ICng
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Sexual Counseling for Couples after Prostate Cancer Treatment
 
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Leslie Schover, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Behavioral Science at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, explains her findings from the clinical trial, Counseling About Regaining Erections and Sexual Satisfaction (CAREss). The results examine which group, face-to-face or Internet, had a better sex counseling experience, and also assesses if the partner received improved sexual function as well as the male prostate cancer patient.
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Childhood cancer survivors can have fulfilling love lives
 
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Despite some challenges most adult survivors of childhood cancers go on to have fulfilling love lives. Researchers looking at the sexual development of over 100 survivors and their peers who had no history of cancer. Survivors had fewer romantic partners and those who toxic treatments were less likely to be sexually active or have children. But the survivors were not necessarily less satisfied.
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Best Way to Cure Cervical Cancer Naturally
 
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Cervix is the mouth of the uterus and lies in the pelvic region of the body. The abnormal multiplication of cells in the cervix is called cervical cancer. As the progression of normal cervical tissues into invasive cancerous tissue is very slow, there is time for the patient to avail treatment if she is diagnosed with this disease. Human papillomavirus infection, multiple sexual partners, HIV infection, smoking, early sexual intercourse, weakened immune system, oral contraceptives etc. Make the women vulnerable to cervical cancer. Abnormal vaginal discharge and bleeding are the common symptoms of cervical cancer
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Partners of Men with Prostate Cancer (1 of 2)
 
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Ev Burki, Christine Hyder and Beth Long discuss their experiences as partners of men with prostate cancer. In part one, they talk frankly about the value of partners talking with each other, helping the rest of the family cope, lack of information from health care providers, partners' trials and tribulations, sexuality, intimacy without sex.
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Surviving: Sam on Sex After Cancer
 
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THE WHAT? SERIES Surviving Cancer: Sam on Sex after Surgery (#1706) January 20th 2015 Prostate Cancer Survivor Sam Kaufman shares with his no B.S. approach on sex after prostate cancer. Featuring: Prostate Cancer Survivor Sam Kaufman THE WHAT? SERIES is a non-profit cancer education web series presenting raw, honest questions and answers constructed in the hope of removing some of the fears around cancer and empowering the viewer with knowledge and understanding. In this series you will be introduced to cancer fighters, medical professionals and caregivers from all walks of life sharing their experiences and their understanding in the support of others. This program is an extension of the feature film WHAT THE F@#- IS CANCER AND WHY DOES EVERYBODY HAVE IT?. Both were created by filmmaker Allison W. Gryphon in response to her April 2011 stage 3a breast cancer diagnosis. THE WHAT? SERIES is brought to you by THE WHY? FOUNDATION. On the 20th of each month, twenty-five webisodes are posted to The Why? Foundation’s You Tube page. One webisode per day will be featured on The Why? Foundation’s Facebook page and sent out via Twitter. Written, Directed and Edited by Allison W. Gryphon Producer by Justin Stirling, Alan Caudillo, Mary Elizabeth Gentle, Alia Tarraf & Allison W. Gryphon Associate Producers: Jacqueline Reyno & Amanda Weir For more information visit us at www.thewhyfoundation.org
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Living Your Best Life Before and After Prostate Cancer with Dr. Geo Espinosa
 
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Today we’re talking about men’s health and the prostate. Whether you’re a man or a woman, it’s likely what we are talking about will impact your life. My guest today is Dr. Geo Espinosa, a renowned naturopathic and functional medicine doctor recognized as an authority in urology and men’s health. Dr. Geo is the founder and director of the Integrative and Functional Urology Center at New York University Langone Medical Center (NYULMC) and lectures internationally on the application of integrative urology in clinical settings. [bctt tweet="A diet that is good but sustainable is better than the perfect diet that is not sustainable. @drgeoespinosa"] He has been recognized as one of the top 10 Health Makers for Men’s Health by sharecare.com which was created by Dr. Oz and WebMD. Dr. Geo is the author of the new book: Thrive, Don’t Only Survive: Dr. Geo’s Guide to Living Your Best Life Before & After Prostate Cancer. Prostate cancer affects 1 in 7 men, so prostate cancer may impact your life more than you may realize. We discuss the similarities with breast cancer, and specific dietary factors, lifestyle factors, and supplements for prostate cancer prevention and co-management. Topics discussed today include: Why women should care about prostate cancer even though they don’t have a prostate A male partner’s frequent urination and sexual dysfunction has an effect on both partners One out of every six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer Women are an integral part in helping a partner with dealing with a diagnosis The prostate is located underneath a man’s bladder The male urethra is located in the prostate, swelling can close the urethra The purpose of the prostate is for procreation Warning signs can be frequent urination, blood in urine, and erectile dysfunction The importance of seeing a naturopathic and functional medicine doctor Looking at the whole picture, and treating the cause instead of just the symptoms Prostate cancer is the most common and second most deadly in men Prostate cancer correlates with a first degree family member with prostate or breast cancer Earlier screening is a good idea if a family member has had one of the above cancers At age 50 bloodwork (Prostate Specific Antigen test) and an exam are a good idea If diagnosed, there is time to make the correct treatment procedure. Don’t rush it. See at least three doctors for treatment options and planning Lifestyle changes are important, because conventionally treated prostate cancer has a 40% to 50% chance of coming back within 5 years. Lifestyle changes need to happen within the family Cancer’s are similar, so lifestyle changes to prevent prostate cancer also work for breast cancer Eliminate refined carbs and simple sugars Catalyst eating program - low glycemic foods, no refined carbs, some whole grains, blueberries, meat (not overcooked) grass-fed is best, quality fish, and all vegetables especially cooked cruciferous No less than 3 hours a week of moderate intensity exercise Helpful supplements include: Grape seed extract, circumen, green tea extract, vitamin D3 boswellia, pomegranite extract and selenium Get adequate sleep 7-12 hours if possible Spend 10 minutes on meditation or some form of mindfulness Key Takeaways: Being successful at beating cancer requires a team. From a naturopathic and functional medicine doctor to supportive family members, having a well informed and thought out plan for treatment and lifestyle changes is the key to success. Diet, exercise, sleep and mental state all contribute to the effectiveness of cancer treatment and prevention. Mentioned on today’s show: Thrive, Don’t Only Survive: Dr. Geo’s Guide to Living Your Best Life Before & After Prostate Cancer OncANP Additional links to check out: TheSkinQuiz.com - Get your customized skin profile. It’s free, and based upon your answers, it will give you great tips for glowing skin and vibrant health. Don't miss out on all of the latest tips to get glowing healthy skin from the inside and out. Be sure to follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter. Join the conversation! If you enjoyed this show please leave a review on iTunes.
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Changes In Breast Sensation After A Mastectomy
 
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Mia Curtiss is a breast cancer survivor turned advocate, who tackles the topic of sex and breast cancer for http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/. For a lot of women like Mia, after a mastectomy they completely lose sensation in their breasts. Explaining to your partner the psychological impact their physical touch has, rather than strictly the sensation it produces is very crucial. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk. If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
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Helping people to deal with Cancer, Sexual Relationship and Intimacy
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bevitality See More Videos from Kypris Aster Drake: http://www.bevitality.com/kyprisasterdrake Watch More Health and Wellness Videos: http://www.bevitality.com/blogs/all Video Description: Kypris Aster Drake, M.S., M.A. talks about her passion for helping people dealing with cancer and to help improve their sexual relationship with their partners. Her new passion is to help people who are dealing with cancer. She has been working with people to improve their sexy intimates and connections with their partners and with themselves and lately last year she got really passionate about helping people who are dealing with cancer.
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So I have Prostate Cancer, What Now?
 
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Prostate Cancer Treatments Incontinence Erectile Dysfunction HIFU Robot Surgery Hormone treatments HDR Seed Therapy, effect cause Guide to men and their partners in all aspects of Prostate cancer, sexual, quality of life.Interviews with Australian leading surgeons and with survivors of prostate cancer. Support groups and how they work Official DVD Documentary of the PFC of Australia. Approve by Australian Prostate Medical Boards Promo for So, I have Prostate Cancer, What Now? a guide for Men and their partners, produced by David Westbrook, Rock Video Media, westymedia www.westymedia.com
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