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It can be difficult adapting to life after breast cancer treatment.
Our Moving Forward booklet has practical tips to help you adjust to life after treatment.
Moving Forward booklet
Read more about how surgery, reconstruction and other treatments can affect your body.
Find information on mastectomy bras, clothes and swimwear and where to buy them.
Everything you need to know about decorative tattoos after breast cancer surgery.
Find information on what causes menopausal symptoms and read our tips on managing them.
Hot flushes are a common menopausal symptom. Find out how to cope with hot flushes and night sweats.
Fatigue is a very common side effect of breast cancer and its treatments. Get tips on how to cope.
Many people experience vaginal dryness and a loss of libido after treatment. Find tips for coping with changes to sex and intimate relationships, as well as managing changes to how you feel about your body.
Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Meet others who have finished treatment and get tips from professionals.
Find tips on reducing stress and anxiety, from self-help techniques to talking to other people.
Read personal stories and get tips on managing anxiety and where to find support.
Find out when to ask for help and what support and treatments are available for depression.
Find information on the signs and symptoms of a breast cancer breast recurrence, and support on managing anxiety or fears of your breast cancer coming back.
Read about weight changes due to treatment and healthy ways to lose and gain weight.
Find information on getting back into physical activity and how you might be affected after treatment.
Find out what financial support and benefits you may be entitled to.
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