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Changes to the appearance or movement of the arm or breast can include lymphoedema
The possible effect of breast cancer treatment on your ability to have children
Tips for how you can help yourself if you have difficulty concentrating after treatment for breast cancer
A late effect of radiotherapy can be problems with breathlessness – learn what may help
It's not unusual for women to find that they've gained weight
Nerve damage can cause symptoms such as numbness, or pain in the hands and feet
What menopausal symptoms are and why an early menopause may happen
Breast cancer and its treatment can affect your sex life
How you can reduce your risk of getting heart problems after treatment for breast cancer
Describes possible bone problems after breast cancer treatment and what you can do
Fatigue is probably the most common side effect of breast cancer treatment
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