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Re: How important is your partner

My husband was diagnosed 2 years ago with no other treatment options except ADT (Zoladex)The effects of having no desire were almost instant. We went from having a passionate love life to nothing. He doesn't miss it because he has no desire. I obviously do. Apart from the awful day that we were told the terrible news about his cancer, this is one of the hardest things we have had to face. I have grieved for the loss of how things used to be leaving me with a void, after all it is a human need.But ADT kills all desire. But we have worked through it by talking and having good friends and family. But through all this I have never ever wanted not to be there to support and care for him and always been as happy as possible and positive. Your husband needs you.

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