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Sexual Health Clinic
Women’s Sexual Health Clinic | Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
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Sexual health & sexuality
Clinic Hours. The average GP appointment lasts just 7-minutes. As women, our health can change constantly; from what we eat, to how we sleep, changes in our monthly cycle, mood swings and cravings.
The ability to interact intimately is one of the natural pleasures and joys of life. But cancer and cancer treatment can affect sexual health in a number of ways. Cancer surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, hormone therapy and other treatments may result in changes to anatomy and function, body image, libido and other factors that affect sexual life. Women at high risk for cancer who undergo preventive surgery or medical treatment may also experience sexual issues. These side effects are real and important to address.