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Posted 29 Apr 2018 by • 0 answers
My wife took IBrance for 24.2 months, as advertised, after which her cancer began growing again. It was described as her last hope and should prepare for the end. After 2 months her condition improved and she was well enough to undergo an operation February 1, 2018 to provide more support to her ...
Posted 19 Mar 2018 by • 0 answers
After 5 months of Faslodex injections and Ibrance, no improvement at all. Our Oncologist just started him on Xeloda. So far tolerating well other than a lot of fatigue which we are very aware of. We won't know if it is working until we have his pet scan after 12 weeks of taking it. Is this the ...
Posted 26 Nov 2017 by • 1 answer
I have been on Ibrance, faslodex & Xgeva since Feb. I went from 125 mg to 100 mg but I'm run down all the time. My wbc never gets over 2.5 and my Neutraphils are 1 or less.
Posted 22 Dec 2017 by • 0 answers
Nobody on this site mentioned how it affected their work.
Posted 5 Jul 2017 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Posted 1 Oct 2010 by • 4 answers
I have leg cramps at night, my feet actually distort to a different shape. If I'am reading a book or magazine, my hands and digits will distort and I have to take my other hand and move it back in place. When I yawn or sometimes when I brush my teeth my jaw will feel like I have lock jaw. what ...
Posted 13 May 2017 by • 2 answers
After being on Ibrance/Femara for the past 6 months, have now developed inflammatory pneumonitis and was taken off the drug this past month to see if inflammation clears up. This is my 4th round of breast cancer over 20 years and went metastatic 2 years ago. Had previously been on Faslodex ...
Posted 5 Jul 2017 by • 0 answers
... Vagifem low dose pessaries at the same time?
I am female, 56 years old and have been taking capecitabine for five months. I have stage IV breast?
Posted 27 May 2017 by • 0 answers
... cancer which has spread to my lungs. My onc informed me that I will have to be taking this drug for the rest of my life. I have gained 22 pounds after taking this drug for five months while following a normal diet combined with light exercise. I will not be going into remission so I cannot ...
Posted 4 May 2017 by • 0 answers
Posted 28 Jun 2016 by • 1 answer
Our oncologist states "4-5 weeks". Background: In March 2016, my wife was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, metastasized to her liver; and told she would be dead by the end of 2016 IF she sought no treatment. Two weeks later she had her next antigen 27.29 and CEA blood tests/ On ...
Capecitabine - I have been on this drug for one week, pain, nausea and diarrhea. My dose is 1800 mg?
Posted 20 Feb 2017 by • 1 answer
... twice a day
Posted 12 Mar 2017 by • 0 answers
Posted 18 Nov 2016 by • 4 answers
I have stage 4 metastatic breast cancer in my T8 and two spots on my right sacrum. My doctor has just prescribed me Ibrance and after much research I'm terrified of the pricing I've read. Can someone ease my fears of going bankrupt due to this medicine?
Potassium Citrate - I'm concerned about this with tykerb. Has there been any real studies about this
Posted 2 Jan 2017 by • 0 answers
Tykerb is a drug that is prescribed for pts with metastatic breast cancer. In addition I'm also in herceptin
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