Your body after treatment
Read more about how surgery, reconstruction and other treatments can affect the body.
Find information on mastectomy bras, clothes and swimwear and where to buy them.
See eight women's inspiring mastectomy tattoos and read about their stories.
Managing side effects
Find information on what causes menopausal symptoms and find tips on managing them.
Helen gives her tips on managing hot flushes, sweating, muscle cramps and insomnia.
Betty thought she was the only one struggling with fatigue. Read about how she managed her symptoms.
It was isolating and rather scary, full of “What if” questions, and “Where do I go from here”, “What do I do now?" I felt like I had been thrown back into the big wide world to get on with it on my own and I didn’t know how.
Corrine, Moving Forward attendee
Sex and intimacy
Many people experience vaginal dryness and a loss of libido after treatment. Find tips for coping with these, as well as managing changes in your intimate relationships and how you feel about your body.
Coping with anxiety, stress and depression
Find support on managing stress, anxiety and depression, as well as relationships with family and friends.
Read personal stories and get tips on managing anxiety and where to find support.
Ann was hit by anxiety and grief once treatment ended. She talks about using mindfulness to get through them.
Writing about your experience
Writing can be a therapeutic way of expressing your feelings about your breast cancer diagnosis. Find tips on getting started and speak to others who have written about their experience in our writing guide.
Diet, exercise and practicalities
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.
Read about travel insurance after treatment, finances, going back to work and child care.
Support for you
Talk to our breast care nurses
If you have a particular concern about breast cancer or just want to talk, our specialist nurses and trained staff are here for you on our free Helpline.
0808 800 6000