Living with a breast cancer diagnosis is difficult. Finding the right words to describe what you’re going through and making sense of it all can be overwhelming and confusing. Whenever we’re not sure where to turn, we turn to music. Listening to music has the power to inspire us and bring us joy and hope during times we may feel hopeless. Whether you have breast cancer, have a family member with cancer, or are a caregiver, turn up the volume and get ready to find your breast fight song with the ten best songs about fighting cancer.
It’s possible to get your sexy back after the terrifying shock of your initial breast cancer diagnosis. After the mind bending chemo. After the body altering surgeries. The hair loss. The scars. Cancer can screw with us on many levels, but it can’t steal our femininity. The very essence that makes us women. Not if I have anything to do with it.
The end of chemotherapy treatments marks a respite from the exhausting physical, mental and emotional journey of cancer. It’s a time to celebrate and it’s also a time to recover. Your post-chemo body can be unrecognizable. Now there is a new task of learning how to take care of this new body. Transitioning your body back to all facets of normal life can be challenging, especially when it comes to intimacy.
Surgery can leave nipples in new spots, pointing in different directions, oroverall, just more noticeable than before.After surgery, you may want something to protect and smooth out your nipples. All our bras are pocketed, and most come with removable modesty pads. Modesty pads can be great to achieve symmetry, hide nipples, and provide a little extra padding.
What doctor do I talk to about sex stuff? AnaOnoand PennMedicine’s Basser Center for BRCA recently held a lively discussion about sex and intimacy at AnaOno's Philadelphia headquarters. In-person guests plus a Facebook Live audience learned about these hot topics courtesy of a panel of experts, moderated by AnaOno Founder and CEO, Dana Donofree.
There’s no denying that mastectomy tattoos can be both beautiful, inspiring and badass. For many people affected by breast cancer, it’s the last step in the mastectomy and breast reconstruction journey that symbolizes rebirth and empowers them to move into the next chapter of their lives. By adorning their bodies in a highly personal design, these individuals are taking back their power.
We know it isn’t always easy to find soft, comfortable post-mastectomy options that are made for you. Luckily, our super-soft styles are designed for breast surgeries, mastectomy and other breast treatments. We’re proud to help our community of breast cancer patients, survivors and thrivers fill their lingerie drawer after mastectomy with soft, comfy and beautiful options.
Whether you’re going on a first date or having a romantic at-home date, wearing the perfect lingerie is essential! Live your best flirty life, show your love (or just tease your partner) by following the following 5 rules to ensure your date night look is as stunning and beautiful as you are.
It’s been five years since my preventative double mastectomy and subsequent reconstruction surgeries, and I’m only just beginning to feel confident in my new body. On the other side of my healing journey – after four surgeries, surgical drains, tissue expanders, and three different sets of implants – I immediately felt myself alleviated of an emotional burden so enormous that I honestly feel physically lighter. I no longer have to worry quite so much about a future cancer diagnosis, but I had difficulty coming to terms with my new breasts.
Just like dresses, shoes, and handbags, bras come in a wide variety of styles and types, with each one offering its own unique advantages and disadvantages. Having an assortment of bras in your lingerie drawer can help you put together looks that make you feel absolutely fabulous no matter what's on the agenda! Here are some of the most popular bra types to keep in your arsenal.