With October quickly coming to a close, you may be wondering how you can give back this month and still make an impact? There are so many different ways you can help folks who are fighting breast cancer, from purchasing products that help organizations fight breast cancer, to volunteering at a breast cancer wing in a hospital.
Recovering from a mastectomy is a pain. Literally. If you have a friend, or family who has undergone a mastectomy recently, having a few gifts on hand to help cheer them up, as well as help them in their recovery is a brilliant idea. And, we’re not just talking about flowers and books.
Going in for a mammogram can be anxiety inducing, especially if someone in your family has had breast cancer in the past. Being prepared for your mammogram appointment is important as it will help lessen your stress, and it can help make the technician’s life easier, as well.
Having a mastectomy can be a scary experience which can leave you feeling helpless and unlike yourself. During recovery, you may be overcome with many emotions in addition to dealing with physical recovery. It’s important to know that there are things you can do to help make your recovery easier. We’ve gathered a few of them here to help you through this time.