Cancer and its treatment can affect sex hormones. Find out about ways to treat and cope with the symptoms that sex hormone changes can cause.
Some cancers or cancer treatments can change the amount of hormones the body produces. Sex hormones include oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone.
Surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and hormone treatment can cause changes in sex hormone levels. Symptoms can include hot flushes, memory problems, tiredness and loss of sex drive.
Information and advice on symptoms men can have as a result of changes in sex hormone levels.
Information and advice on symptoms women can have as a result of changes in sex hormone levels.
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