Chemotherapy sexual and reproductive effects
Chemotherapy can affect reproductive organs and may result in changes in sexual functioning. While most people diagnosed with lung cancer are out of their reproductive years, not all are and there may be concerns with protecting the ability to have children. Potential changes in sexual functioning, whether physical or emotional, may be a concern for all.
Learn about the effect of chemotherapy on sexuality and reproduction
Sexuality and reproductive issues (National Cancer Institute)
Sexual and fertility changes in men (National Cancer Institute)
Sexual and fertility changes in women (National Cancer Institute)
Sex, fertility and chemo (American Cancer Society)