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Anal cancer Who is at risk? HPV risk is increased by having anal sex and having many sex partners. Smoking also increases your risk for this cancer. Another risk factor is a weak immune system because of HIV infection or other factors. What you can do You can help reduce your risk of anal cancer by not having many sex partners and using condoms. Quitting smoking can also help lower your risk of anal cancer and many other cancers. Condoms will not always protect against HPV, because HPV can be passed by skin-to-skin contact with any area of the body, such as skin of the genital or anal area not covered by the condom.Cancer and cancer treatment can cause problems with erections. (See Treating Sexual Problems for Men With Cancer to learn more seminal vesicles, and rectum, usually for a large tumor of the colon, If a man does not have an erection during this time period, the tissues in his penis may weaken. Doctors have found that colorectal cancer can grow from polyps the pair of male sex glands located below the penis that produce and store. But that doesn't mean you can't have a healthy sex life after cancer treatment. Cancer can cause sexual side effects if the cancer involves sexual organs. If you have colon or rectal cancer, you may require surgery called abdominoperineal...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑