Cervical Cancer Learning Center

Reclaiming Intimacy - Cervical Cancer Learning Center

Reclaiming Intimacy’s Cervical Cancer Learning Center features products, original articles, statistics, videos, and much more covering this type of cancer, how treatment affects intimacy, and the myriad of side effects and body changes that you might be facing. We provide information ranging from early detection practices to reclaiming intimacy & sexuality after a cervical cancer diagnosis, in to your treatment, and entering in to survivorship and beyond.


We help you find answers to your questions while providing tools to help better understand your cancer diagnosis and changing body. Our goal is to help anyone touched by cancer or illness to find critical information, to become well-informed, and create a personal goal to successfully work to overcome dysfunction. Reclaiming Intimacy provides a multitude of products specifically created to help people manage and overcome dysfunction.


We are excited to join the global effort to empower people with information on cervical cancer by creating this Cervical Cancer Learning Center. Intimacy, sexual activity, & function can be seriously altered due to cervical cancer and it’s treatments. We strive to educate and advocate as well as provide useful articles, educational opportunities, tools, and resources. We create educational information on how to reclaim your intimacy and sexuality needs while navigating your ever-changing body.


Strengthening Your Pelvic Floor

A weakened pelvic floor can cause numerous issues for women. Strengthen is a kegel exerciser that is simple and beneficial for strengthening the pelvic floor.

The Benefits of Using Vaginal Dilators

Rejuvenate is a set of 3 beginner vaginal dilators. Flexible and durable, this product is used in combination with dilator therapy for the best results.

The Benefits of Vaginal Strengthening Kits

This Kit is for strengthening your pelvic floor and includes everything needed to begin and continue your vaginal strengthening journey worry-free.




Sex, And Intimacy After Cervical Cancer

After cervical cancer, working to maintain your vaginal health will become a vital part of your daily routine. Here you can learn the basic at-home methods for helping restore your vaginal health after cervical cancer treatment.

Myths Of The Human Papillomavirus

The human papillomavirus can affect anyone who engages in sexual activity. It is one of the most common sexually contracted illness. Myths often prevent the sharing of factual knowledge, and this article dispels many of the most common myths about HPV.

Relief, Hydration, & Comfort

Reclaiming Intimacy has solutions to replenishing your natural lubrication with our vaginal lubricants and moisturizers. Vaginal dryness is a side effects of certain medications, diseases, and treatments, BUT there are options to provide comfort for dryness.

Pelvic Pain Information

There are many common issues that cause pelvic pain. Kegel exercises for women have great benefits such as bladder control, reduced pelvic pain, better orgasms and increased pleasure, as well as having a fit abdominal region and better core strength.



Individuals with a cervix should always take steps to find cervical cancer early. Taking action can also help find pre-cancers, which can be treated to keep cervical cancer from starting. Those who have been diagnosed with cervical cancer or cervical pre-cancer should have follow-up testing and cervical cancer screening as recommended by their health care team. With a comprehensive approach to prevent, screen and treat, cervical cancer can be eliminated as a public health problem within a generation.


Cervical cancer is highly preventable and treatable. Reclaiming Intimacy created the Cervical Cancer Learning Center to provide information about prevention and screening along with what to expect after a diagnosis. Cervical cancer begins when healthy cells on the surface of the cervix change, grow, & form a tumor. A tumor can be cancerous or benign. A cancerous tumor is malignant, meaning it can spread to other parts of the body. A benign tumor means the tumor will not spread.


A Pap test, or Pap smear, is the most common test used to look for abnormal cells that can lead to cervical cancer. These abnormal cells can be cancerous, most often treatable, precancerous cellular changes, rather than cervical cancer. The cells may also be tested for human papillomavirus, or HPV. Infection with HPV is a risk factor for cervical cancer. HPV is most commonly passed from person to person during sexual activity. Some strains are more strongly linked with certain types of cancer.