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MGUS and your mental health

We're here for you if you want to talk

0808 2080 888

[email protected]

Most people with MGUS won’t have any symptoms and will stay well. But finding out you have MGUS can be worrying and it’s important to look after your emotional health after an MGUS diagnosis.

What can I do if I'm worried?

You may find it helpful to talk things through with your family and friends. You can give them a link to our MGUS information or use our free booklet about MGUS to help you explain. You can also ask if it’s OK to bring someone along to your appointments.

Getting answers to your questions can also be reassuring. Many people find it useful to write down their questions before an appointment, so they remember to ask their GP or hospital team everything they want to know.

Talking to other people in the same situation can be a big help as well, as they’ll understand how you’re feeling. You’ll find a community of people with MGUS and other conditions on our online community forum.

You can contact our Support Service on 0808 2080 888 or [email protected] for information and support on MGUS and other conditions. They’ll be happy to help whether it’s you who has MGUS or someone you know.

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See what people are saying about living with MGUS and other conditions on our online community forum.

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