Let me start this with a disclaimer – I am not a medical professional. The things I’ve written here are my perspective, research and opinions. While I hope that you will find some information here useful, do not rely on this as medical advise, please confirm everything with your own doctors. You are likely here reading this post because you have had a recent breast cancer diagnosis. Right now you are scared, confused and overwhelmed. You are likely in the middle of a whirlwind of tests and scans and you feel like you are being swept along out of control …
As I have been going through my breast cancer experience over the last year, I have found comfort and motivation in sharing my story with you all. This post will show my bilateral mastectomy pictures from start to finish, all in the one post. Have you joined a breast cancer support group on Facebook but been completely overwhelmed by some of the posts? It’s fantastic that these groups are an open forum and all sorts of questions, worries and issues are address, but sometimes they can be too much, in fact downright scary. If you would still like to join …
See how far I have come one year after I had my bilateral mastectomy and started the reconstruction process.
Looking for gifts for a breast cancer patient? Click for some fun, inspirational & practical gift ideas that she will love.
Here are my favourite inspirational quotes for breast cancer. They helped me keep a positive mindset during my treatment. Click for your inspiration.
Two weeks after my nipple reconstruction the dressings were removed. Here is how I’m recovering and what I think so far.
Are you trying to decide whether to do nipple reconstruction after breast cancer and mastectomy? Click through to read about my experience
Have you been diagnosed with breast cancer? Here are some hints and tips to help you through the next few months.
Dense Breast tissue can affect our ability to detect breast cancer and increase our risk of getting it, so why don’t we know more about it?
Taking Tamoxifen to help prevent breast cancer recurrence can be scary – there are so many side effects! Here I talk about my own experience with this drug.