The T-score of - 3.2 after Bone Mineral Density Test(DEXA) has forced me to stop Letrozole despite taking biposhonates and calcium + vitamin D.My oncologist has recomended Tamoxifen.
4 Jan 2012
saurabh10, I am sorry no one has answered your question. I am giving you part of an article about this drug Letrolzole. You can go to the drugs A to Z at the top of the page & look it up yourself too. Look under the professional guide to get the info your doctor gets. I hope you are doing better...
Effects on Bone
Risk of osteoporosis.a 29 Use of letrozole in women receiving calcium and vitamin D who were not receiving bisphosphonates has been associated with loss of bone mineral density (BMD) in the hip and/or lumbar spine.a Consider monitoring BMD.29 37 a
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