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Loss of sexual desire 2. Getting back to sex 3. Changes to your breasts after treatment 4. Emotional effects.
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The most uncomfortable stuff to talk about is probably your sex life and the changes that have taken place with your illness. You may not know what needs fixing or how to fix it, but you know things are different. Most people have wild ideas about what goes on in other people's bedrooms. Give yourself a break: The carefully researched book Sex in America by Michael, Gagnon, Laumann, and Kolata tells us that Americans have a lot less sex than the movies, television, and the guys in the locker room would have you believe. The averages reported in that book are:. For people over 60, the numbers continue to decline.
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As a paraphilia , breast fetishism also known as mastofact , breast partialism , or mazophilia  is a highly atypical sexual interest consisting of an exclusive focus on female breasts , which is a type of partialism. Scientists hypothesize that non-paraphilic sexual attraction to breasts is the result of their function as a secondary sex characteristic. The breasts play roles in both sexual pleasure and reproduction. Some authors have discussed the modern widespread fascination with breasts among heterosexual males in Western societies, especially in the United States, within the context of sexual fetishism. Scientists hypothesize that non- paraphilic sexual attraction to breasts is the result of their function as a secondary sex characteristic.
Sign up for AARP's monthly Lifestyle newsletter for entertainment news, healthy living tips and more. But within two years after treatment, couples in supportive relationships usually adjust and enjoy sex as much as they ever did — sometimes more. Couples in supportive relationships can adjust and enjoy sex after breast cancer treatment. Any cancer, of course, can impair sexuality. The initial diagnosis is traumatic.