Tag: sex

  • Free eBook for teenage and young adult cancer survivors

    Aftercure: A guide for teenage and young adult survivors of childhood cancer is 28-page booklet by the UK Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group. The eBook is aimed at young people who had treatment as a child. Topics include follow up and future care, education and jobs, travel and vaccination, and fertility and sexual function. Note: some themes explored in this booklet will be specific to a UK audience. Published: March 2017 Next Review: 2020 Before you go … If you’ve been affected by childhood or young adult cancer, please share your insights and knowledge to help other people facing cancer. Join the Cancer […]

  • 7 resources for relationship wellbeing for young people

    ­­Valentine’s Day is almost here, which means it’s hard to escape the roses and hearts all over social media, and shop windows. If you’re dealing with cancer right now, romance may not be top of your agenda. However, love and sex are important parts of life, and there are ways to keep the spark alive through tough times. Whether you’re a young adult thinking about starting a sexual relationship or a teenager whose partner has a diagnosis, we’ve found a range of resources to help keep your intimate and romantic relationships in good shape. 1 Title: A Guide to Supporting […]

  • Cancer and sex – Staying close when the going gets tough

    Live Better With Cancer have published an infographic Cancer And Sex: Staying Close When The Going Gets Tough. It discussed what might happen to your sex life, and what you can do about it, after being diagnosed with cancer. Cancer Advisor has found a range of resources on cancer and sex. Psst … before you go If you haven’t already make sure to register. That way you can comment, give a ‘thumbs up’ to material you like, and submit your own content. Best of all, you’ll receive information tailored to your specific needs and preferences such as particular cancer type and age group. And […]

  • Fertility and cancer treatment

    Redkite have information for parents and young people about cancer treatment and how this might affect fertility. Getting information about fertility and treatment Support through awkward discussions What if treatment has already started? Cancer treatment can affect fertility and it is important to have discussions with your treatment team about what your options are. During treatment this may not seem like a priority, but decisions made early on can have long-term effects so it is important to find out about fertility as early as possible. For some families it may be uncomfortable to have discussions about sex and fertility. Unfortunately, many […]