The reality television personality underwent a double mastectomy to avoid a recurrence of the cancer and is sharing what is next on her health journey.
I’ve waited a long time to try this! Going into my mastectomy surgery I wondered how much would change post surgery. This was an exciting discovery!SUBSCRIBE❤ to support my goal of helping people through breast cancer🎗 and join my personal journey as a cancer survivor.For more on healing post mastectomy you may be interested in this video:3 Years Post Mastectomy | What I CAN & CAN’T do – https://youtu.be/ol_0W1VHKNoEarly Detection Can Save Lives – Check your breast friends What Lead to My Cancer Diagnosis | 4 WARNING Signs I Missed – https://youtu.be/7vTrsiOk6PIXo💌,Chelsey#breastcancerjourney #breastcancersurvivorMusic in this videoListen Ad-free with YouTube PremiumLearn moreSong: My Hero https://youtu.be/EqWRaAF6_WYArtist: Foo Fighters https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi2KNss4Yx73NG0JARSFe0AAlbum: Skin and BonesLicensed to YouTube by: SME (on behalf of RCA Records Label); LatinAutor, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor – PeerMusic, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, LatinAutorPerf, Kobalt Music Publishing, ARESA, MINT_BMG, AMRA, CMRRA, and 13 Music Rights Societies
It’s possible that you might have been advised to have a mastectomy, or you might be preferring this option either way what can you expect after your mastectomy surgery?Today I share six things that you can expect so that you don’t get any more surprises following the surgery.You can find out more about how to choose between a mastectomy vs a lumpectomy in this video: https://youtu.be/ZNQxP3wsgHQIf you want to know more about lumpectomy watch this video: 6 Things to expect following a lumpectomy with Dr Tasha – https://youtu.be/pMwB8QJ-q34***WORRIED ABOUT A BREAST LUMP OR SYMPTOM?FRUSTRATED AND CONFUSED BY CONFLICTING INFORMATION?TRYING TO NAVIGATE LIFE AFTER BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS AND DON’T KNOW WHERE TO TURN?Breast health has become an important topic for both women and men. But with a huge amount of conflicting and confusing information out there, it can be hard to find the advice, support and care that you need.My Breast My Health was created to make understanding breast health easy. Whether you’re looking to learn how to keep your breasts healthy, concerned about new symptoms or learning to live post-diagnosis, you’re in the right place.Hi, I’m Dr TashaI’m a Doctor, Breast Cancer Surgeon and Medical Educator. After 20 years helping people to understand and overcome breast health problems, I’ve seen first hand the fear, frustration and stress that my patients go through.As a breast specialist with over a decade’s worth of experience, I understand finding the right information, processing a diagnosis, understanding treatment and getting accurate, practical advice as you ride the rollercoaster of emotions can be really tough.But I’m here to help.The internet can be a wonderful source of information but when it comes to breast health there’s a lot of inaccurate information out there. Listening to the wrong advice could cause you unnecessary worry or even put your health at risk.So I wanted to create an accessible hub where you could find useful, accurate and reliable information from a trusted source – a Breast Health Doctor – all in one place.That’s exactly what you’ll find here on my YouTube Channel.#Mastectomy #BreastCancer #BreastCancerTreatment #BreastCancerAwareness #LivingWithBreastCancer #MyBreastMyHealth #CelebsWithCancer
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Hi everyone! Here is part 1 of getting and recovering from a double mastectomy Thank you all for watching! Things I bought: Body pillow: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08WZ715WP/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_a_6CPPE6WQJ0D8BEJPCN8NMastectomy bra: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B003RYGY6U/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_a_0YHSE8TJ3998D6Y285DX Mastectomy camisole (similar): https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00JRHL7OA/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_a_6972YRCD0JBHMKN7ZXFPSkims pj top: https://skims.com/products/sleep-button-up-top-teal Skims boxers: https://skims.com/products/cotton-rib-boxer-kyaniteOrganization for young breast cancer patients: https://rethinkbreastcancer.com A little about me:Where I’m from: Canadian with Romanian roots Height: 4ft6 Insta and tik tok: nothinbutnaomi
Levine Cancer Institute’s Dr. Lejla Hadzikadic-Gusic explains what to expect from a lumpectomy or mastectomy. When considering surgical treatment, young women with breast cancer may have concerns specific to their stage of life. Dr. Hadzikadic-Gusic, a breast surgical oncologist and co-director of the Sandra Levine Young Women’s Breast Cancer Program at Levine Cancer Institute, shares how her team helps each woman make the best decision for their unique needs. The Young Women’s Breast Cancer Program offers specialized care, resources and support for women under 40 with breast cancer. Learn more about the Young Women’s Breast Cancer Program: www.AtriumHealth.org/YWBPWatch more videos from this series: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Z9_ECudo7FOl45Tzk7N03ZqS4DTHnRO