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Am Fam Physician. 1988 Mar;37(3):159-72.

Sexual complications of cancer treatment.

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University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Jackson.

Abstract

The most common sexual dysfunctions in men are erectile impotence, retrograde ejaculation, infertility and loss of libido. Infertility is a function of the drugs and the dosage employed. Alkylating agents are likely to cause prolonged azoospermia. Sexual complications in women include stenosis and atrophy of the vagina, menstrual irregularities, early menopause and decreased libido.

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