If you’ve not been through the menopause, treatments for cervical cancer may bring the menopause on. They may also affect your sex life and fertility.
Order booklets with information about cancer treatments, side effects and what you could expect after treatment. You can come back to these whenever they're helpful.
Your doctor will talk to you about your treatment and any possible effects on your fertility. But if you've got questions now, our treatment information can help.
Cancer support groups are a place where people can meet others who've been there. If you'd feel comfortable sharing your experience, it could be just what another woman needs.
What's happening near you? Find out about support groups, where to get information and how to get involved with Macmillan where you are.
Hear about Rebecca's experience of cervical screening and the importance of these screenings.
For people affected by cancer of the cervix to get together, ask questions, share experiences and support each other
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