Sexy Talk: Taking Back the "O" after Breast Cancer
Breast cancer changes a lot of things- especially with how you feel about your body.
It's normal to feel a little "out of whack" with your body after your breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. It's ok to have concerns about sexuality and it's ok to feel less comfortable with your body now. Your body may look and/or feel different, and even if you haven't had surgery - other treatments including chemotherapy and hormone therapy change your hormone levels and may affect your sexual interest and response.
These feelings are 100% normal. You are NOT alone!
Regain your self-confidence and reclaim your sex life
April 29, 2023
9:00 - 2:00 PM MDT
Miller Free Enterprise Center, Building #3: 9750 S. 300 W., Sandy, UT 84070
SPACE IS LIMITED; PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
- 9:00 – 9:05 Welcome
- 9:05 – 9:50 Pelvic Floor Presentation and Practice: Natasha Fett, PT, DPT
- 9:55-11:00 Jordan Rullo, PhD, ABPP, CST
- 11:00-11:45 Sexual Health Concerns in Females with Cancer and Female Cancer Survivors: Dr. Camille Moreno, OBGYN
- 11:45-12:05 Break
- 12:05-12:40 Breast Reconstruction: Dr. Renato Saltz, MD and special video presentation by Mission Plasticos
- 12:40-1:45 Breast Cancer Survivor Q&A Panel; moderated by Mary Nickles, Breast Cancer Survivor and KUTV News Anchor
- 1:45-2:00 Exhibits
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