JEP, none that I noticed in 11 weeks. We had an early discussion about sex after a colostomy and his opinion was "not happening" and mine was "let me know when you're ready" then I let the subject drop. The colostomy still drives a lot of his temperment these days, more so than the chemo even.
We had gone out to dinner at a Mexican place the night before with 3 other people and it was a lovely night getting out and away. I'm not saying nachos=erections but perhaps it was the normalcy of it. Perhaps a lot of it is mental.
Caregiver to DH, dx age 50, mets to liver/lungs, MSS, quad wild
10/16: hemicolectomy (descending), perm. colostomy, CEA 114
11/16: port in, then FOLFOX + Avastin
4/17: CEA 11
6/17: CEA 15, OX discontinued for now due to neuropathy
11/17: CEA 38, change to CAPOX+A
12/17: CEA 29
2/18: CT scan stable, CAPOX no fun, back to FOLFOX+A