What are my risks?
A positive test means that your chance of developing certain cancers will be higher than someone who does not have a mutation in these genes. Find out more about what this means for you.
What are my options for cancer prevention?Find out more about What are my options for cancer prevention?
Your choices are very personal. Here's everything you need to know to help you make the best decision for you.
Starting a familyFind out more about Starting a family
What having a BRCA1/2 gene mutation means when you want to start a family.
Talking to your familyFind out more about Talking to your family
There's no right or wrong when it comes to telling your family but here are some considerations to help.
Risk reducing surgery and the early menopause
If you have risk-reducing surgery to remove your ovaries, these hormonal changes will happen as soon as you have the surgery, rather than gradually. This is known as surgical menopause. Surgical menopause seem overwhelming as symptoms are more sudden and can feel more severe than with the natural menopause.