Lots of advice and support are available to help you cope with living with laryngeal cancer.
There are things you can do and people who can help you to cope with a diagnosis of laryngeal cancer.
A breathing stoma is a hole in your neck that you breathe through after surgery to your larynx. You might have a temporary stoma or a permanent stoma.
After having your voice box removed (laryngectomy) you will, unfortunately, lose your voice. But you can learn different ways to communicate.
After treatment for laryngeal cancer, you might have difficulty swallowing, loss of taste or weight loss. But there are things you can do to help you cope with it.
Treatment for laryngeal cancer can change the way you feel about sex. But there are some ways to cope.
You might need some support at home due to cancer or its treatment. Lots of practical and emotional support is available to you.
There are several organisations, support groups, books, videos and other resources to help you cope with laryngeal cancer and treatment.