Breast cancer patient says lump discovered during sex

July 17, 2019  22:40

Alyssa Dyal's sexual partner Kashyap felt her breast during the sex and suddenly pulled away warning her to check it out, Fox News reported.

“He was like, ‘You need to get that checked out. That could be a problem,’ ” says Dyal, 24. “I was surprised he noticed, and I was surprised at the amount of concern in his voice.”

Her mother and sister had both had lumps in their breasts that were found to be benign cysts. She hadn’t been to the doctor. After various tests, the diagnosis came in: She had stage four metastatic cancer.

The girl had to go through a mastectomy, and now she needs to take the necessary medicines. Alyssa admits that facing cancer at such a young age is an ordeal, and she felt strong anger and irritation about this.

Fortunately, the treatment gives results, and Alyssa decided to share her story on social networks, speaking about her experiences and fears.

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