How Do I Manage My Surgical Drains After My Mastectomy?
Because we hate drains so much, and wanted to make the lives of everyone going through a mastectomy as easy as possible, we designed the Miena Robe with a game-changing feature: The Drain Belt. Read along and learn how this one revolutionary design feature will change the way you heal from your mastectomy.
The Pre-Mastectomy Check-List
We know how scary and overwhelming the preparation for your breast cancer surgery is, and we are always here to help you, and to give you a few tips we have picked up along the way. Read along for support and advice from the open-hearted, generous members of the AnaOno Community, and from breast cancer previvors, survivors and thrivers who’ve been through it too.
What to Get your Best Friend For Her Breast Surgery
Your best friend just told you over a sizeable bottle of wine that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer, and your whole world stopped. We know the first thing you’re probably wondering is: “What can I do for her?” Chances are, she’s still processing the news of all of this herself, and she may not know what will help her yet either. But here’s the upside: you found this article, and at AnaOno, we can help you through it, as you help your friend through it.
How Disparities in Breast Cancer Affects Women of Color
We face many inequalities and disparities in our breast cancer community, however being black is one of the deadliest. Your skin color should never negate the right to live. At AnaOno, we recognize these disparities and are advocating for change.
The Saggy Boobs Causes & Prevention Guide
Saggy breasts, or ptosis (a sagging or prolapse of an organ or part), are the change in breast appearance that many people experience particularly when they age. The nipples tend to turn downward and the breasts can lose volume.
What is a Mastectomy Bra? History & Guide
There is a sense of immeasurable remorse when a person has a mastectomy. The weight of the world's idea of what breasts are and what it means to live without them can feel as if it is too much to bear. But when having a mastectomy is inevitable, it is imperative that you not only take care of yourself mentally but physically, as well — and that is where a mastectomy bra comes in.