Understanding past sexual experiences and evaluating the current cancer related side effects is required for a comprehensive and effective approach to manage and support people after breast cancer .
Dr Anita Elias Sexual Medicine, Sex and Relationship Therapist , Australia
Being thrown into early or repeat menopause results in changes to the body, especially the delicate tissues "below". Emma speaks about the difficulty communicating these issues. Positive non invasive solutions exist for vaginal changes: take control.
Emma Mc George Physiotherapist, Australia
TAKE CONTROL OF PELVIC HEALTH
25 ways to thrive
Take up the Summit challenge:
Print the BCR&W Summit guide to thriving and start your own plans for 2019.
Solutions offered by the presenters have been selected and offer great ideas for change.
25 changes is way too many to action all at once.
Look, listen, think more, speak with your best health advocate and take action on your top favourite five "ways" to health and wellness.
If you need extra support find a health professional at foundation 96 link at the bottom of each page.
Choose the exercise that makes you smile and challenges you.
Try Yoga with Linda or look into a local balance class.
Have a medical clearance ( cardiac check) is a great start