Or, you may worry that it could scare away a potential partner.
Even if your body does not appear to have changed from cancer or cancer treatment, you may experience changes in your self-image.
Talk with your health care team about potential sexual side effects.
Single adults with cancer often experience physical and emotional changes during and after cancer treatment.
These may affect their dating and sexual relationships.
Cancer and cancer treatment may cause sexual side effects, physically and emotionally.
Typically, concerns about potential side effects depend on your cancer experience and life stage.
Although dating another cancer survivor may not be for everyone, I think it is a great opportunity and resource for survivors and other people affected by cancer to be able to connect with someone who has "been there" and who may have other similar interests as well.
A few other online dating sites for people with cancer include Prescription4(this one is for people with all types of illnesses, including cancer) and Cancer
Sexual side effects in women may include: Other physical side effects may not directly affect sexual function but may affect the way you feel about your body and sexual attractiveness.
Such changes may include losing a testicle, having a colostomy, losing weight or hair, or having scars or skin changes.
"--by cancer survivor Jasan Zimmerman about the complexities and challenges of dating after cancer and when and how much medical history to reveal during the process.