Breast cancer for the under-50s

Breast cancer is far less common in the under-50s, but this can leave younger people with a diagnosis feeling isolated. This group is a place for them to come together, share experiences and support each other.

Onco dx results in

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Hi lovelies had my onco dx results yesterday. Scored 11 so no chemo or radiotherapy! Got my prescription for tamoxifen today. 

I feel strange. Grateful happy and all those emotions. But also lonely. As if my safety net has got. I don’t know what to do. I feel I should return to work tomorrow and resume normal life. But I feel like “ has this actually just happened to me?”

Tinker bell xx
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Dear Tinkerbell, 

That is fabulous news!  Phew, you can start to look onwards and upwards.  Do you absolutely   have to go back to work straight away?  Like you, I felt very odd after my onco dx resutls  ( I did not need chemo either, which came as a massive suprise )  I very nearly went straight back to work, but I am SO glad I did not.  I had a few weeks just looking after ME.  It is a hell of a roller-coaster/shock thing, that youve been through.  I would strongly advice, that if you could just give yourself  a bit of time to recover it will be better for you in the long run.  

Have a happy day!

Sukki xxx

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Hi Tinkerbell, 

absolutely fantastic news I am over the moon for you. Do you need Rads like me ? 

I am so pleased. Give yourself a chance to rest and then go back.

 I am so pleased for you. I know how you feel I was in the same place s few weeks back. All ok with me getting through my Rads and very sore and pink but soon I will have my new normal life again. 

Lots of love Netty xx