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Navigating sex and cancer is a minefield. Whether you’re trying to do the deed after diagnosis, you’re living with cancer or you’re in the realms of that elusive new normal we hear so much about, the truth is, the whole thing can be, well...Tricky. Here's our tips on sex and cancer

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Parenting is tough enough without adding cancer into the mix. While there's no single formula that can make parenting through cancer easy; there are some practical tools, strategies, resources and services that can help.

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Receiving a cancer diagnosis in your 20s or 30s is hard enough. When you are from the LGBTQIA+ community there can be a number of issues you may face. One of these may be your sex life and sexual health. Stewart from LGBTQIA+ cancer support charity OUTpatients and experts share their tips and advice that can help you navigate sex after cancer.

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Menopause is a common but not often discussed side effect of breast cancer treatment. Stacey didn't realise how much her menopausal symptoms were impacting her until she joined Trekstock's menopause programme.

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Lydia's cancer diagnosis when she was. Her diagnosis meant she had to undergo a complete hysterectomy – having her uterus and cervix removed. As a result, she found herself facing the menopause. Here’s her story on how she’s reached an understanding with her symptoms.

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Early menopause is a side effect of cancer treatment a lot of people aren't prepared for. There are ways to cope and to manage those side effects. However early menopause is impacting you, Dr Lousie Newson, GP and menopause specialist, has some tips.

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Sex and cancer
Parenting and Cancer
Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ sex and cancer
How Trekstock's early menopause support changed the game
What it's like to be menopausal at 24
10 ways to cope with early menopause
Benefits of exercise during cancer treatment
Trekstock Support: All the ways Trekstock can help you
The good, the bad and the ugly of social media and cancer
Navigating body image and cancer
Exploring the emotional impact of cancer and fertility
Coping with cancer and infertility
From textbooks to treatment: Navigating education challenges alongside cancer
Talking to your employer about cancer
How community support makes all the difference
Cancer ghosting – and other impacts on friendships
Navigating physical changes caused by cancer
Cancer’s impact on your mental wellbeing