Yeah, this is a tough one. I am single so I don't have anyone bugging me but the side effects of my treatments put me in menopause at the age of 37. So, as much as I would love to date and be intimate, I don't always have the desire and worse, everything doesn't work like it used to! My GYN told me to wait 6 months after everything was done before thinking about treating the menopause in hopes that perhaps some function would come back. I believe my ovaries were fried with radiation. I'm not sure how I am going to move forward and it's difficult to talk about.
I always think there are other ways to be intimate or at least good ways to warm up to it. How about if your husband made you a romantic meal and took care of everything and perhaps provided you with a massage. They less fatigued you are and the less effort you have to put into things makes it easier for you to have energy for other things that he wants.
As far as recovery from chemo, as the treatments go on, for me, the fatigue got worse and worse. I pushed through and worked through all of my treatments but I needed more and more naps after work and I was able to have less of a social life.