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Sex After Breast Cancer LIVE Q&A #3 with Sexuality Counselor Traci Owen

 Major topics covered

  • Urinary tract infection
  • Vaginal hydration
  • Dilation and vibration
  • Solo pleasure vs partnered pleasure
  • An open conversation about porn and sex toys
  • New ways to look...
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Sex, Intimacy, Breast Cancer, and HOPE!

“Scientists estimate that between 45% and 77% of breast cancer survivors develop sexual problems after treatment, from low desire and poor lubrication to painful intercourse.”

That...

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Sex After Breast Cancer LIVE! Q&A #2 with Sexuality Counselor Traci Owen

 
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Sex After Breast Cancer LIVE! Q&A #1 with Sexuality Counselor Traci Owen

 

Our largest breast cancer support group, by far, is our Sex After Breast Cancer community on Facebook. Every month, hundreds of women from across the world join us, searching for solutions to the...

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Lymphedema Q&A with Lymphatic Therapist Deborah Kellogg

 

Our Contributing Expert and Lymphatic Therapist, Deborah Kellogg, is passionate about helping our women learn how to prevent lymphedema. But if you are ever diagnosed with lymphedema, Deborah's...

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Vaginas—Straight Talk with Jan James

 

Have you had changes to your intimate life since your breast cancer diagnosis? Are you discouraged that you're going to have to just "live" with those changes? 

NOT SO FAST! There ARE answers!...

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Lack of Libido, Painful Sex, & Menopause—A Frank Conversation with Dr. Lyndsey Harper, OB/GYN

 

(Don’t miss the special offer provided to you by our podcast guest below).

There is no doubt that every woman will experience changes to her sexual health after a breast cancer diagnosis to...

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Is Estrogen the Enemy of Women Who Have Had Breast Cancer? A Conversation with Dr. Melody Rodarte, DO

 

"Estrogen does not increase the risk of breast cancer. Breast cancer is not a disease, as some professionals believe, 'of having too much estrogen in your body.' Even breast cancer...

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Managing Side Effects Through Acupuncture

 

Soon after Hope After Breast Cancer officially started in 2020, I met Lisa Nicholson through one of our support groups. Lisa is a Master Acupuncturist in San Diego, California, USA, as well as a...

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What You Should Know About Lymphedema

 

Almost all women who have had a breast cancer diagnosis have had lymph nodes removed through surgery. That means that the “original equipment” you were born with is not there to do its...

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