Mastectomy

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  1. Barbwire

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    Has anyone had a relationship with a woman that has had a mastectomy? Did it affect your lovemaking?

     
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    Re: Masectomy

    Slept with a girl who had had breast cancer before, but it wasn't a relationship. We didn't "make love," but we fucked until the cows came home and it didn't affect us.
     
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    I'm scared to know why you're asking, CL. Is everything OK?
     
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    Yes, everything's OK, Sorry for alarming you, hon.

    My mom had a mastectomy years ago, and I have a friend that had one, as well. I'm always trying to learn more about the male animal how they feel about all things sexual, so I figured I'd ask about their experiences with post mastectomy women.

     
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    Phew! One of my closest childhood friends was just diagnosed with cancer, he's on his second week of Chemo. You had me nervous for a minute there, CL.

    Sorry, back on-topic. :)
     
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    Re: Masectomy

    Women's breasts play a big part in sexual pleasure for men, even though they really serve no sexual function except looking and fondling. I suppose a woman without breasts may disappoint their lovers. Some men would get over it and others wouldn't.

    I know there are women with a family history of breast cancer that decide to have a mastectomy to prevent cancer. That would be an awful hard decision to make.

    Just FYI, there is a "t" in mastectomy.
     
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    Thanks for pointing out my spelling error, HR. Just wish there was some way I could fix it now. :ugh
     
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    I's fixed.
     
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    I know a lady who hit on me a little a few years back. I was attracted to her a lot, but was interested in someone else. She hooked up with another guy all her friends didin't like. They encourged me to call her but I had other interests, so I didn't. She then developed breast cancer, had a mastectomy and later broke up with the guy. We ran into each other again. We had both moved on from our relationships. We went out to dinner, had a few laughs, and I told her that her ex must have been a really special guy to hang with her through all they'd both been through. Long story short, they are back together, and I am wonderering if I would have acted like he did. He really cared about her, not just her body. It left me wondering if I am even capable of loving like that.
     
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    I know what you mean. I think at this time in my life I would handle it fine. But I can't help cringe, thinking that I may not have been quite as good of a man if it had happened to my woman back in my 20's and 30's... I'm glad I've never been faced with that. I'd hate to think I would have ruined her life's love over something so superficial.
     
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    I appreciate your honesty, guys. Thank you for replying.

    I never had a frank discussion with my mother about how her sex life was affected by her only having one breast. It's an odd conversation, you know?