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Relationships and intimacy after cervical cancer with Lynn Buckley

A cervical cancer diagnosis can affect every aspect of your life, with sex, intimacy and relationships being among the most difficult to talk about. When we surveyed women and people with a cervix, over 6 in 10 (67%) of them had experienced a change to their sex life after cervical cancer treatment. 

It’s important to know that there is no right or wrong way to feel about sex and intimacy after cervical cancer. Regardless of your age, gender, sexual orientation or relationship status, being diagnosed with cervical cancer may have changed how you feel about dating, relationships, sexual intimacy and your own body. 

Lynn Buckley, Gynae-oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist and Psychosexual Therapist, shares her tips for using dilators after treatment for cervical cancer. 

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