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Chemotherapy may cause hair loss all over your body not just on your scalp. Sometimes your eyelash, eyebrow, armpit, pubic and other body hair also falls out. I have been lurking here since my mothers diagnosis in december. During and after receiving treatment for cancer, men of all ages, with early and advanced diseases, will have concerns and questions about sexuality and sexual activity. This article addresses common questions and concerns about sexuality and sexual activity during and after cancer treatment. hemorrhoids & anal fissures while on chemo ( 1634. 2 chemo cycles ago, the steroids they give me with my chemo in office made me constipated, which incidentally led to the first hemorrhoid ive ever had in my life. Also pretty sure i have anal fissures because it feels like shards of glass every time i poop.). Anal cancer treatment options include radiation therapy, chemotherapy, andor surgery. Get detailed information about newly diagnosed and recurrent anal cancer including risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment in this expert-reviewed summary. Some cancer treatments, such as those listed below, may cause urinary and bladder problems. Radiation therapy to the pelvis (including reproductive organs, the bladder, colon and rectum) can irritate the bladder and urinary tract. These problems often start several weeks after radiation therapy begins and go away several weeks after treatment has been completed. By the way, i got chemo for 7 months before i had any radiation. The chemo got rid of the anal tumor within days, or at least the pain and itching. So i surmise that much of the itching current patients are experiencing is due to radiation, not cancer, if that makes you feel any better. Pain & chemotherapy (joint pain, bone pain, muscle pain), causes, symptom management and when to contact your healthcare provider during cancer treatment.