Sarah Cawood reveals she has been recognized with breast most cancers

Sarah Cawood reveals she has been recognized with breast most cancers


V presenter Sarah Cawood has opened up about being recognized with breast most cancers and is feeling optimistic as she undergoes therapy.

The 50-year-old initially shot to fame within the 90s internet hosting reveals akin to Dwell & Kicking, Prime of the Pops and The Girlie Present.

Lately she is extra targeted on household and lives along with her TV producer husband Andy Merry and their son and daughter Hunter, ten, and Autumn, 9, in Leigh-On-Sea, Essex,

She additionally hosts menopause podcast Irregular B*****s with good friend Louise Mitchell.

Cawood was recognized with stage one breast most cancers final month. Recalling how she found the information, she instructed The Solar : “It was my first ever routine mammogram and I acquired a letter again ­saying they couldn’t give me my screening end result again but.

Sarah Cawood initially shot to fame within the Nineteen Nineties internet hosting TV reveals together with Prime of the Pops


“So I had one other mammogram and an ultrasound after which they stated, ‘We’re going to biopsy you’. That’s the place they take a little bit of tissue out of your boob.”

She was later instructed that the lump ins her breast was not only a cyst and feared the worst, worrying that it may very well be an aggressive type.

She instructed the publication: “I did the mendacity in mattress at night time, not watching my kids develop up factor. I at all times suppose most cancers looks like a gradual loss of life. It’s like being chucked out of the celebration early.”

After going to get the outcomes along with her husband, she was relieved to search out out that the most cancers wasn’t an aggressive type and was treatable.

She defined: “No person cried, it wasn’t very dramatic. It’s only a lumpectomy, radio-therapy, then a drug referred to as Tamoxifen, which is a hormone blocker, for 5 to 10 years.”

Describing hers because the “Carlsberg of breast cancers,” in reference to the favored “if Carlsberg did” promoting campaigns of the early noughties, she says she is feeling “very fortunate”.

One draw back nonetheless is that following her analysis, Cawood has needed to come off HRT, which she takes for the menopause, and has stated that she is feeling the impact of it.

Whereas she stated that her temper seems to be OK, she finds her mind fog “annoying” and that she has forgotten her daughter’s title twice.

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