Hello, yes they can .
BUT before taking any action on your own,
I STRONGLY advise you to take your medication as directed by your DOCTOR, check with your doctor about changing your dosage instead of self-medicating. Femara is designed to treat a serious illness (breast cancer), and you should work in tandem with your medical team to handle your condition.
Contact your Doctor/Oncologist please---
- Femara Information for Consumers
- Femara Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Femara (detailed)
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