You’ve just found out that you need a stem cell transplant.
It’s natural to feel worried, confused or daunted by what’s going to happen next, you must have lots of unanswered questions and there is nothing wrong with that.
If you have a question about any aspect of your transplant, it is best to ask your medical team because they can give personalised advice that is specific to you. Talking to people, especially about your body and your feelings can be difficult and might make you feel nervous. But don’t worry, it is perfectly normal. Here are some things that might help:
Finding out information about your transplant can be empowering and help to build your confidence to tackle the situation head on.
In this section we'll explain:
Information published: 07/10/16
Next review due: 07/10/19