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colon cancer after effects with sex

miss vickie
Posts: 10
Joined: Apr 2010

ok can any one talk to me my husband had colon cancer 2 yrs ago but sex is stil not right i was told this problem would go away but it hasent

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dianetavegia
Posts: 1953
Joined: Mar 2009

Was Stage was your husband?
Was his cancer rectal?
Did he have radiation?
How old is your husband?
Is your husband suffering from depression?
Is he on any medication for anything such as high blood pressure, etc.?

miss vickie
Posts: 10
Joined: Apr 2010

ok his cancer was found threw a pollup, nevergiven a stage the doctor said he got it all the first time, but then had to go back in this time checked the intestinal area was good, said he has taken 8- 12 inches of the colon never had kemo or radiation after words which puzzeled me he had stomach problems for awhile not sure if still is he wouldnt tell me, but the sex problem at first no sperm but then it came back now for awhile he has problems with god this hard well to keep it hard and he said his testicals dont even get hard like they use to i my self have a hard time telling if he has any sperm hes now saying maybe viagra but im worried about this could it come back and be hidden hes do for a colonoscopy this month but i know that doesnt all ways show hes just tired says no more surgeries and also i was told he should have had kemo or rad, to help be more cautious after the surgery byt he didnt heck he even gave in and told the doc to bag him if needed but back then the doc said no mark will be 53 in july im just confused and wouldlike to knoqw more my self maybe what to expect thanks for writing me

miss vickie
Posts: 10
Joined: Apr 2010

im sorry no mads at all and yes he seems down at timesit was all in the colon area

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dianetavegia
Posts: 1953
Joined: Mar 2009

Well, many men have serious problems with erections even without colon cancer and THAT can cause depression.

At 53, why would he be concerned about his sperm?

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