"A 26-Year-Old Womb Cancer Survivor On How To Spot The Symptoms" Lydia Brain, 26, was diagnosed with womb cancer in November 2016 when she was 24. She first began experiencing symptoms at 21 – heavy periods and bleeding after sex – and by the time she was 22 these became impossible to ignore. She had
Lydia is back with her round up of the last week of Gynae Cancer Awareness Month... Day 22 of My Gynae Month. Cancer ain't all bad, WHAT!?!? What, you can't say that! Well it's true, it gave me a new state of mind which can be summed up beautifully by two very simple words: fuck it.
More updates from Lydia for week 3 of Gynae Cancer Month... Day 15 of My Gynae Month is all about going out for dinner and drinks with the best gals and there is lots of talk about health, including gynae health, GO TEAM! They had a go at drawing the female reproductive system, well done to
It's week 2 of Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month and Lydia is back with her daily posts from this week. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Day 8 and I’m catching up on #MyGynaeMonth posts because I have been busy at Bestival. To break up the dreary cancer chat I thought I would posts something uplifting,
As part of Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month, Lydia Brain has written about the impact that endometrial cancer has had on her life. We'll be sharing her updates on our blog, so follow along and let's chat about all things gynae! Week 1 Day 1 marks the start of Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month. This September to help
GRACE has had some great online coverage this month! Our devoted advocate Lydia Brain has written for Cosmopolitan, Net Doctor, and Babe sharing her experience of endometrial cancer. With Cosmo and Babe both having a younger readership, it's great that awareness of gynae cancers is being raised amongst younger women! A huge thank you to