Sex and Relationships
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- Could post hysterectomy sex pain be cancer?
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- Can an ex-wife be held responsible for the home loan if their name was left on loan?
- Does divorce to protect assets from one spouse to the other work?
- Wil the VA cover Mom's assisted living?
- Is it normal for an elderly man to exhibit inappropriate sexual behavior?
- Can cancer drugs cause side effects if swallowed in semen?
- How much responsibility does the assisted living facility have in trying to control inappropriate sexual behavior of residents?
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- How can I have a better sex life.I have high blood pressure?
- Could my hysterectomy be causing severe pain and spotting during intercourse?
- What are the issues around sexual activity in nursing homes for individuals with dementia?
- What are the sexual side effects of chemotherapy treatment?
- How can I control the urge for sex when my partner is not well?
- Are intimate relations safe after a heart attack?