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No Single Answer“There is no one-size-fits-all answer,” notes Mark, who is a breast cancer survivor.“I can’t say ‘on the third date’ or ‘the fifth date’ or ‘in your online profile.’ It’s different for everyone.”But for those who bear physical scars of their cancer journey beneath their clothing, it’s definitely time to talk when intimacy appears imminent.And here’s Part 2, which offers a few experts tips and tricks that we as patients can use to hack our post-treatment sex life.As I said, it’s not easy to write about this stuff or talk about this stuff.Penny was diagnosed with Stage 3 triple negative inflammatory breast cancer, which she says is 'not something you ever want to Google'.She underwent a radical mastectomy so an immediate reconstruction was not an option.

C., was 35 and married when she received a diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ in her left breast in 1998.It was over a year after my diagnosis and I don't think I was ready, emotionally or physically.But after the breakup of my marriage shortly before my diagnosis, I missed being close to someone.“It’s the number one question I get from single cancer survivors.”Uncertainty regarding the “when” and “how much” is understandable, therapists say.Bring up the issue too soon and you risk scaring away a potential partner; bring it up too late and the person may become angry that you withheld such an important detail.She underwent a mastectomy, healed well and moved on with her life, giving birth to a son 13 months after her surgery.Although Repper says her husband supported her throughout treatment and recovery, they eventually decided to divorce.That’s what Repper did, though she had concerns about the reaction to her mastectomy scar.Seven women share their stories of dating after a breast cancer diagnosis.As she entered this new phase of her life, an important question emerged: when and how should she tell a prospective sexual partner about her cancer experience and the fact that she has only one breast and a scar that runs from her sternum to her armpit?“This is an issue I hear quite often, especially when I lecture,” observes Sueann Mark, Ph D, a clinical sexologist in San Francisco.