A vag laser for better post-cancer sex. Does it work? MonaLisa Touch Review.

A vag laser for better post-cancer sex. Does it work?  MonaLisa Touch Review.

“Daammn, I can’t wait to tap that A$$…when you are ready.”

I was in the midst of chemo treatment, laid up on the couch, bald, no eyebrows, fingernails falling off, my breasts cut off and my husband magically knew exactly what I needed to hear. The perfect balance between showing he still found me sexy and simultaneously NOT pressuring me to have sex. 

It took several months, but I have finally finished my three MonaLisa Touch® Vaginal Laser treatments, with to goal of reducing dryness and restoring elasticity caused by medical menopause.

Here is my honest, in-depth, and funny video review.

MonaLisa Touch® Q&A

MonaLisa Touch® Q&A

Would you shoot a laser up your lady bits?

How about if someone told you it might improve your sex life after breast cancer treatments? 

A few years ago, I heard about the MonaLisa Touch® Laser Treatment and remember thinking judgingly, “How desperate would someone have to be to voluntarily let your vagina be attacked with a laser?”

I soon found out.

Carpe Scrotiem

Carpe Scrotiem

Our friend and fellow Cancer Grad Justin, from A Ballsy Sense of Tumor, discusses the trials and tribulations of his diagnosis of Stage 2 nonseminoma testicular cancer over on his blog. Recently, he wrote a great piece about tactics in overcoming the awkwardness of discussing testicular cancer with other men, its symptoms and the importance of self exams. 

Marking the Milestones

Marking the Milestones

"Even though I know the long-term survival rates for my particular type of breast cancer are good and my post-surgical pathology showed a “complete response” to the chemotherapy, cancer patients are generally not considered to be in complete remission until at least 5 years have passed since the end of treatment without recurrence. So, my journey with breast cancer is not coming to an end, as much as I would like to say that it is."

Tomato, Peach and Corn Salad

Tomato, Peach and Corn Salad

"Lately I've been trying to take advantage of the summer season's abundance of fresh fruits and veggies. In an effort to "double down" on the things that I can control regarding my health, cooking and prepping my own food has become a top priority. I've been researching some easy, fast, healthy recipes and pulling out some ol' standards for prepping in my kitchen. Losing the chemo and steroid weight that I gained during my treatment has been a slow, tenuous process but I am determined to be patient and focus on healthy living, starting with what I choose to feed myself."