- Question from Sher: I've had a lot of difficulties with extreme dryness, orgasm, urinary tract irritations/infections after sex. What kind of specialist might I see, in conjunction with my oncologist?
- Answers - Kara Nakisbendi A gynecologist or urologist who's familiar with women's healthcare would hopefully be helpful. All of that is connected, and there are some preventative things that can be done: sometimes medications that can suppress urinary tract infections, and possibly vaginal estrogen, can help break that cycle.
On Wednesday, February 20, 2008, our Ask-the-Expert Online Conference was called Sex, Intimacy, and Breast Cancer. Leslie R. Schover, Ph.D. and Kara Nakisbendi, M.D. answered your questions about sexual side effects of breast cancer and breast cancer treatment, and what you can do about them.
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