Both being diagnosed with cervical cancer and undergoing treatment can affect how a woman feels about herself sexually. Some treatments for cervical cancer, such as radiotherapy and hysterectomy, can cause physical changes which may affect a woman's sex life but many of these effects can be prevented or treated.
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Certain types of HPV may cause warts on or around the female and male genital organs and in the anal area. This includes any skin-to-skin contact between genitals; oral, vaginal or anal sex; and using sex toys. It is also worth noting that newly incident CIN3 is seldom detected after menopause 2. Some treatments for cervical cancer, such as radiotherapy and hysterectomy, can cause physical changes which may affect a woman's sex life but many of these effects can be prevented or treated. It doesn't make me feel less like a lady, or like dressing up and putting make-up on and things like that, but in the sense that no other man would ever want me if my relationship didn't work out because I can't have children, then that makes me less of a woman and Iwouldn't feel I had anything to offer to a man at all.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
However, it is still important to know about risk factors that cannot be changed, because it's even more important for women who have these factors to get regular Pap tests to detect cervical cancer early. For cervical cancer, the appropriate time scale is TFI since first sexual intercourse determines the first possible exposure to HPV. DES is a hormonal drug that was given to some women between and to prevent miscarriage. Women who smoke are about twice as likely to develop cervical cancer as women who do not smoke.