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Whether they’re turned off by the cancer itself, by pics of me mid-treatment, or by my willingness to discuss the “C-word” publicly (without whispering or anything), I’ll never know.
So I’d like to give a huge shout out to two amazing patients: stage 4 anal cancer patient Michele Longabaugh and testicular cancer patient Jon Dibblee. I tackled the topic last week in a two-part series for Fred Men struggle with impotence; women are plunged into menopause decades before they would naturally arrive; and many are left to sort it all out on their own. Because people often don’t feel comfortable talking about this stuff – not doctors, not patients, not even their partners.And here’s Part 2, which offers a few experts tips and tricks that we as patients can use to hack our post-treatment sex life.But I think I’ve been able to help others by serving up a few straightforward answers and insights (along with a healthy slice of attitude). Are you open about your breast cancer with everyone – even strangers — and if so, has it been a positive or negative (or both)?As I mentioned in the interview, for me, sharing is caring. Or are you more stealth about your diagnosis and treatment?