Could you do that?
Added info: If you test positive for ONE of the genes, your chances are in the 40-60% of a new cancer. If you test positive for both, it goes up to 80% chance. Because there is NO test for ovarian cancer, it is most often caught too late.
I am awaiting my results now.
I always thought it would be easy to remove them. Once you are diagnosed(I was last week) you dont get to keep your areolas or nipples(not on the cancer breast). So I went from "no problem" to "what the fuck?"