When you are told you have cancer you may feel pretty lost and helpless. You want to do something to improve your health, regain your confidence and cope with the side effects of the treatment.
Macmillan Cancer Support
Want to chat to someone about your situation?
You have a question thats nagging you?
Need more information about your cancer or treatment?
Contact the Macmillan information centre opposite the main hospital reception
Alternatively, get in touch with the Macmillan Support Line - calls are totally free from both landlines and mobiles
Open - Monday - Friday 9.00am - 8.00pm
No-one will know more about the impact of cancer than someone who has been affected by the illness themselves.
Why not contact Pembrokeshire Cancer Support, a local charity set up specifically to ensure you are able to access the support and encouragement that comes from people who have been where you find yourself. Pick up the phone and get the support you need.
Impact of your illness on your physical relationship with your partner
Cancer or its treatment can affect the relationships you have now and any you may make in the future. These changes may impact on your sexuality.Whether you’re single or have a partner, cancer or its treatment can affect your emotions and the way you feel about yourself sexually.
To help you to understand how you might manage this you may find the information on the website aside helpful to you.
0808 808 00 00
Discussing Your Illness with the Children
A cancer diagnosis has a far reaching implications within a family unit. Sharing the diagnosis with loved ones can be a difficult experience particularly when children are involved. Velindre Hospital has put together an invaluable guide to help cancer patients and their families to cope with the process. Click on the button aside to view the guide: