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Breast Cancer, Prevention - Hi there! I have found a thickening of tissue in my left breast in the?

Posted 15 Dec 2011 5 answers

... outer quadrant. My right breast does not have this thickening. Went to the dr. and she felt it as well and referred me for a mammogram. Radiologist felt and saw it on the scan. Us technician saw it on the u/s. Dr. on duty said it looks the same as my mammo last year, but I know my breast feels ...

To Tamoxifen or Not Tamoxifen, that is the question?

Posted 15 Jan 2014 3 answers

Long story short... found lump in breast, needle biopsy done came back as atypical ductal hyperplasia, surgically removed the lump, came back as benign. My breast surgeon sent me to see an oncologist and she suggested to start taking Tamoxifen as a chemopreventive since my Gail Model %'s were ...

I am afraid to take Tamoxifen, should I be? I am already moodhy and have hot flashes?

Posted 25 Feb 2018 2 answers

I had a very small amount of invasive cancer removed from my left breast. No cancer found in lymph nodes. However I have to endure 4-6 weeks of radiation. I am scared of this drug Tamoxifen--- plus I have to take for 5 years. I already experience mood swings and hot flashes how bad will this change ...

What causes overactive salivation?

Posted 8 May 2013 1 answer

I am 66 yrs old I take tamoxifen 20mg per day I take zopiclone 3.5mg a couple of times a week I take vitamin B12 750mg every day I drink at least 8 glasses of water every day I have just in the last 5 mos. gotten off of risperdone

Chronic headache in aperson taking tamoxifen?

Posted 12 Jan 2014 1 answer

person taking tomoxifen ,for more than a year,having chronic headache,how it can be managed?

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