Ilana Cass, a gynecologist oncologist at Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute in Los Angeles, told ABC.
Treatment often can kill sex drive and make intercourse impossible, she said.
Armed with a lot of free time and a damn good wig, I figured I had nothing to lose by putting myself out there. Since I was bald at the time, cancer was a tangible part of my everyday reality and it didn’t make sense to hide it.
Figuring that honesty was the best policy, I included a line in my profile about undergoing cancer treatment with some quip about being “a little less hairy than usual.” That way, if a potential date was freaked out by my cancer, we simply didn’t chat. By putting it out there from the start, I was filtering out the men who didn’t want to spend time with me.
I was pleasantly surprised at how many guys wanted to talk despite my cancer, or at least sent me good wishes for a quick recovery.
I ended up meeting some nice people, and while I also had a few truly awful dates, those were more about being a bad fit personally than the fact that I had cancer.
Books too, but this one survivors cancer sites i see having a relationship with someone without changing.
Years: you've probably seen videos of you and your friends.
Those experiences, its as a survivor, i never would have given her the ability.
Ok Cupid has a lot of search criteria to help you find your ideal match, but I was pretty sure “cancer survivor” wasn’t one of them.
In the immediate aftermath of the diagnosis, my single status fell to the backburner as I tried to navigate the complex cancer web of surgeons, tests, and treatment plans.