Imagine the emotional rollercoaster of dealing with hair issues caused by cancer treatment, only to have your hair thin, change, or shed again because of the sudden onset of chemical or surgical menopause. In this article we explore all your options.
Explore the challenges of menopause that comes because of or after cancer treatment and a proven strategy that works to support women.
We will explore the various fertility options available for women after a cancer diagnosis, specifically focusing on freezing eggs or embryos. Our aim is to provide information and resources to empower and support you on your fertility journey.
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Being able to work is something that most cancer survivors want for many reasons, not least because it provides financial independence, but also because it can provide a sense of normality after a tumultuous time.
Amongst the most common issues reported by cancer survivors, problems with sex ranks third after fatigue and loss of physical fitness. This is a subject that is not talked about enough, so it can feel like you are on your own. You’re not.
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