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' Anna Passey is thanking real-life cancer survivors for inspiring her throughout her character Sienna Blake's current storyline.
The actress has been playing out emotional scenes over the last several months, as Sienna faced the heartbreaking struggle of being diagnosed with cancer while pregnant with twins.
Sometimes lymphedema is not related to cancer or its treatment.
For instance, a bacterial or fungal infection or another disease involving the lymphatic system may cause this problem.
The CLT can assess your condition and develop a treatment plan, which may include: Research continues to look into what factors cause lymphedema and what people can do to lower their personal risk.
Talk with your doctor if you have concerns about developing lymphedema.
Since the arrival of her babies (and subsequent kidnapping of one by Warren Fox), Sienna's health has taken a turn for the worse.
Passey was singled out by viewers for huge praise for Wednesday's first-look episode (December 27), which centred around Sienna reaching the decision to shave her head once her hair started falling out.
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Watch the scene below: Following the instalment's transmission, Passey shared a link for those viewers wanting more information or support and thanked the real women who helped her prepare for the storyline."Shout out to all the amazing real life women who shared their experiences of cancer in pregnancy with me to help me with this storyline," she tweeted.
"I'm so proud of @Hollyoaks for telling this story."Shout out to all the amazing real life women who shared their experiences of cancer in pregnancy with me to help me with this storyline. For support or info please visithttps://t.co/mjz Kl JUa Qi— Anna Passey (@Miss Passey) December 27, 2017When Sienna's cancer storyline was first announced earlier in the year, Anna Passey spoke to Digital Spy about how vital to her research it was to speak to actual cancer survivors."The research team put me in touch with a lady who had a very similar experience," she told us.
A doctor is often able to identify lymphedema by examining the affected area.
But sometimes he or she will recommend additional tests to confirm a diagnosis, plan treatment, or rule out other causes of the symptoms.