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    What Do You Wish Other People Knew About Having A Mastectomy?

    December 6th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Caroline Kee

    A mastectomy refers to the surgical removal of one or both breasts to treat or prevent breast cancer.

    Tell us what no one talks about — but should — when it comes to having a mastectomy and life afterwards.

    A mastectomy refers to the surgical removal of one or both breasts to treat or prevent breast cancer.

    There are several different types of mastectomies depending on what kind of surgery is done and how much tissue is removed. Examples include a total mastectomy, partial mastectomy, radical mastectomy, nipple-saving mastectomy, and more. Sometimes, only the breast is removed and other times, the chest muscle and lymph nodes must be removed as well.

    Mastectomies are typically done to prevent breast cancer, but they may also be performed to prevent breast cancer in people who are at very high risk — such as women who carry the BRCA gene.

    HBO / Via giphy.com

    If you’ve had a mastectomy, you know that it can be both a physical and an emotional process. What do you wish other people understood about the procedure, recovery, or life afterwards?

    <img src="https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2017-12/5/17/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-03/sub-buzz-11996-1512512818-11.png" width="596" height="597" alt="If you've had a mastectomy, you know that it can be both a physical and an emotional process. What do you wish …read more

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