Your Sex Life and Cervical Cancer

Treatment for cervical cancer can have an effect on your sex life. If you have not yet had your menopause you might find that your treatment brings on an early menopause. This will happen if you have: external radiotherapy your ovaries removed with surgery Your surgeon might suggest leaving your ovaries behind if you haven’t had your menopause, but that is not always possible. Having your ovaries removed will cause an immediate menopause. Radiotherapy will cause an early menopause because it stops your ovaries from working. Ovaries produce sex hormones. They stop producing these hormones at the natural menopause. For some women it is possible to move the ovaries out of the area where you are having radiotherapy (the radiotherapy field). Your surgeon can do this with keyhole (laparoscopic) surgery. This might help to prevent you from going through an early menopause. Your doctor will discuss if this is an…

About Cervical Cancer

Cancer of the cervix is relatively rare, accounting for less than 1 percent of all new cancer diagnoses. The American Cancer Society estimates 13,800 new cases of cervical cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in 2020. What causes cervical cancer? The cervix is a small, narrow, tube-like organ at the bottom of the uterus that connects to the vagina. The cervix is the passage through which sperm travels to the uterus and menstrual fluid flows out. It also dilates during labor to allow a baby to pass through the birth canal. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than 90 percent of all cervical cancers are caused by a human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Not every woman who has HPV will develop a cervical tumor, though treatment with the HPV vaccine is known to help prevent cancer of the cervix. Who gets cervical cancer? Unlike most…

“Would I Ever Have An Orgasm Again?” Sex After Cervical Cancer Treatment

Story of Mary Lewis After a radical hysterectomy, the last thing on your mind would be sex, right? Looking back, it was probably on my mind a lot more than I realised. I was 36 and my husband was 32 when my routine smear found that I had cervical cancer. It was 27 October 2009 and we had been married for just over two years after 16 years as a couple. We had a 15-year-old son and the diagnosis meant we would have no more children. We had been through many miscarriages so having more children wasn’t meant to be. However, when you’re told you can’t have something, you suddenly start thinking that you want it. It took maybe a 10-minute discussion to decide that we needed me healthy and thinking about having eggs frozen wasn’t important. “Sex was an important part of our relationship” We were still relatively young…

Preventing Cervical Cancer

Silent but deadly. These are words often used to describe cervical cancer — a slow-growing disease that rarely causes symptoms in its early stages. According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year more than 11,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer, and for some it will be too late to receive effective treatment. What causes cervical cancer? Cervical cancer is almost always caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) — the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. Affecting approximately 79 million Americans, HPV can be detected in 93 percent of all cervical cancers. Yet the virus alone is not sufficient to cause cervical cancer. Other contributing factors include the following: Smoking Poor nutrition A weakened immune system Pregnancy “HPV is very common; up to 80 percent of sexually active people have been exposed at some point in their lives,” says Summer Dewdney, MD,…

Types of sex toys you probably have never heard before

When you are in a relationship, to give sexual satisfaction to your partner is most important. If you are not satisfied with the sex capacity of your partner, then sex toys are mad for you. We face many situations in life when, due to any reason, we don’t live with our partner. If we are not staying with the partner doesn’t mean we will not have the sex desire. Sex is a common intuition; it can arise anytime and anywhere to see an attractive person. We cannot have sex with everyone to whom we meet. If we are serious in a relationship, but our partner is not close to us. Sex toys will be an excellent option for such a situation. Many types of sex toys can give you the real satisfaction of sex. When we use sex toys for having sex, we feel we are with real men and…

A Closer Look To Yoni Egg’s Beauty

The name arouses interest, the form looks mysterious, but the advertising photos make one or the other shy away. Completely wrongly, because love balls, sometimes called joy balls, vaginal balls, lust balls, yoni eggs or geisha balls, serve primarily to strengthen the pelvic floor and are used in urinary incontinence, bladder weakness or even weak orgasm . The structure of classic love balls is explained quite quickly: two larger hollow balls made of skin-friendly material each carry a heavy steel ball in the interior which provide movement by vibration. The balls are connected to each other and have a return strap or a loop to be easily removed again. How does love balls work? In most love balls hide smaller steel balls , which by their own weight and the movements (walking, running, etc.) bounce against the inside of the pleasure balls and thus impart an impulse to the surrounding…

Different Types of Ben Wa Balls That Every Woman Should Know

Ben Wa balls are among the most popular sextoys. They come in the form of one or two balls can be used as a couple or for a solo pleasure and have two roles: improve the tone of your perineum and give you pleasure. How to choose Ben Wa balls, how to use them, what their effects are surely questions you ask yourself especially if it is your first purchase of Ben Wa balls. What can you do with Ben Wa Balls? Experts will answer in this comprehensive guide dedicated to Ben Wa balls and their uses. Ben Wa balls: the best offers of the moment  Device Training Kit for Strengthening & Toning Pelvic Muscles – Tones Kegel Muscles & Improves Bladder Control & Incontinence Problems – Increased Intimacy with Stronger Pelvic Muscles. Ben Wa balls: when the border between pleasure and health fades Ben Wa balls are sex toys…

A Beginner’s Guide to BDSM

Bondage, discipline, domination, submission, sadism and masochism combined into one abbreviation, are considered ambiguous sexual practices – not so much because of the reputation of cruel and dangerous hobbies, but because of ethical issues embedded in the very idea of ??domination and subordination. For our part, we believe in the idea of deliberate choice, especially when it comes to experiments with the sensitivity of the body, and not the psyche – all the more so that the main rules in BDSM are safety, rationality and voluntariness. However, these rules do not guarantee security in bad or inexperienced hands. Do not try to repeat at home peeped in thematic porn or subtracted in public, full of inflamed fantasies of pain and trials that cause keen pleasure. Better use a practical guide to sexual activities that are perfectly safe for physical and psychological health, will not scare almost anyone and discover something…

Megumi Igarashi’s Fight Against Japan For Her Vagina Art

1. A penis is fantastic. It’s the best thing ever. Let’s make a festival around it. 2. Vaginas are horrible, obscene things you should never show to anyone unless he’s your husband taking your virginity or your doctor as you’re giving birth. 3. Oh, and child porn cartoons are totally okay.   This pretty much sums up the conflicting, irrational (and infuriating) mentality surrounding Megumi Igarashi’s 2015 legal and social battle between Japan…   … and her vulva.     APRIL MARKS IGARASHI’S ANNIVERSARY   Also going by Rokude Nashiko (which translates as “good-for-nothing kid” or “reprobate child”), Igarashi started as a manga artist who focused on molds of her vagina.   “Why did I start making this kind of art pieces? That was because I had not seen pussy of others and worried too much about mine. I did not know what a pussy should look like at the…

20 Reasons There’s Pain During Sex For Men And Women

Things sore in the southern regions? Is it hindering hanky-panky?   Get in line.   Pain during sex is, unfortunately, a common thing. However, like many health issues, we tend to only be familiar with the surface problems – things we have to deal with on a regular basis.   So, if things are tender, here is a list of possibilities that include both women AND men.     20 POSSIBLE REASONS IT HURTS DURING SEX   1. NOT ENOUGH LUBE – Vaginal dryness makes intercourse really unpleasant. Load up on the lube.   2. VAGINAL INFECTIONS – There are many, but yeast infections are one of the big ones. Brought on by an unbalance in the natural conditions of the body and the fungus Candida. The painful swelling and itching make sex unbearable. FYI – Men can get this too.   3. IRRITATIONS – Some soap products or douches…