When living with a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis, physical challenges can certainly affect your sex life. Emotional challenges can also influence your desire for sex and intimacy. While sex toys and lubricants may help ease some of the physical challenges, dealing with emotional challenges requires more time and self-reflection. But the rewards can be well worth the work.
In this section, you can read about ways to manage some of the emotions that come up around sex when living with metastatic breast cancer:
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