My husband was diagnosed just over a year ago with Arachnoid cysts. I have read that there can be some behavior changes but sometimes it's extreme and on top of that is the sexual issues. To complicate the whole thing, I had breast cancer 6 years ago and lost both my breasts. Since that time he no longer has an interest in sex and of couse this has left me devastated and assuming that the problem may be that he doesn't find me sexually attractive anymore. We have had so many arguments concerning this that I am now ready to leave him after not being able to resolve anything but after his diagnoses last year, I was kind of holding out hope that it may have to do with his cysts. Does anyone have any information that might help? Thank-you!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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