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The effect only lasts well during treatment
Dr Vicky Clement-Jones reports that there are some forms of treatment: surgery, radiation, chemotherapy.
These methods can be used alone, or in combination, depending upon the specific situation
One of the most common questions about the treatments regarding sexual life of patients
Dr. Vicky warns of the importance of clarifying that the removal of one testicle will not affect sexual performance if the other testicle is healthy.
This is due to the fact that the healthy testicle will produce more testosterone and sperm production offsetting the other testicle.
Sometimes it may be necessary operations for the removal of lymph glands in the abdomen, where they increase in size, depending on the radio or chemotherapy.
In these cases, male fertility can be affected. However, no other physical consequences, such as lack of erection or ability to achieve orgasm, or no impotence
Yet according to Dr. Vicky, chemotherapy often causes infertility treatment and during a subsequent period.
Normally, this effect is temporary, it is returned to normal, two or three years. Only one in five patients can have permanent infertility.
Dr. Clement-Jones concludes that any treatment can generate a decreased libido (sexual desire).
However, this effect only lasts well during treatment. Another fear touted, quite common, is that cancer cells can be transmitted to the partner during sexual intercourse. It is noteworthy that the cancer is not infectious, so there is no reason to have that kind of fear
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