Menopause can cause physical and emotional side effects that interfere with a healthy sex life. Perimenopause happens in the years before periods stop and is characterized by hot flashes and other symptoms. Menopause begins when the menstrual cycle has stopped for at least a year. While every woman's experience is different, an estimated percent of menopausal women say sex can be painful.
Pain felt during or after sex is known as dyspareunia pronounced dys- par- eu- nia.
Sex might be the last thing on your mind as you start thinking about cancer treatment options and cope with the anxiety that comes with a cancer diagnosis. But as you start to feel more comfortable during cancer treatment and afterward, you'll want to get back to a "normal" life as much as you can. For many women, this includes resuming sexual intimacy.
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