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My husband is 53 and is a male breast cancer patient since 2014. Now metastasized to bones?

Posted 19 Mar 2018 by gili1965 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 ...

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

Posted 25 Feb 2018 by Ricamary 1 answer

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 ...

I have had several surgeries as a result of breast cancer, The muscles in my upper arm beside my...

Posted 2 Mar 2018 by Sandra I Sharp 0 answers

... armpit and such have been cut and such. I am on meloxicam for my knee surgery would this help the arm pain? It seems that the muscles in my upper arm and that leading to my implant hurt a lot. I take the meloxicam once a day for my knee replacement. Is it me or is the meloxicam helping the arm ...

Femara - Is letrozole a chemo pill?

Posted 31 Dec 2017 by Alice 1954 2 answers

Is letrozole a chemo pill?

What is the difference between Ogivri and Herceptin?

Posted 22 Jan 2018 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

Anastrozole - Been on anastrole for about one year after breast cancer. Very depressed and seems to?

Posted 15 Dec 2017 by Irishrose69 2 answers

... be getting worse. On low dose effexor for hot flashes as higher dose affected BP. Should I try different antidepressent? Used to take Prozac yrs. ago. I am 69. Thanks for any suggestions! Stage two, masectomy, four doses chemo, no lympnodes.

How bad is it to take gabapentin for hot flashes whatch has become unbearable since breast cancer?

Posted 8 Jan 2018 by Rita Hartman 1 answer

... And now taking Anastrozole as well for hormone therapy

How many women have gotten breast cancer from the drug Harvoni?

Posted 11 Nov 2017 by Gayle2014 3 answers

I️ started the Harvoni drug in November 2014, the week before Christmas, while in the shower, I️ felt a lump in my left breast, a few days later I️ saw my gynecologist who said he didn’t think it was cancer because my mammogram in April was fine. I️ went for a partial mammogram and a biopsy wa ...

What type of drug is Verzenio?

Posted 7 Nov 2017 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

After taking Femara for 5years the doctor stoped it. One week after stoping Femara I broke out...

Posted 5 Sep 2017 by Pep43si 0 answers

... with psoriasis all over my body. Has anyone else had this happen to them?

How long does it take for tamoxifen to clear out of your system?

Posted 15 Dec 2016 by Tearl56 1 answer

I'm a 59 yr old woman with a history of estrogen receptive breast cancer. My Dr. Told me that after 5 and a half years, I could go off of tamoxifen. My risk of my breast cancer returning was only 2.3 percent. After 6 months of being off of it, I'm still having several hot flashes per day. ...

Aggressive form of cancer post Harvoni treatment?

Posted 31 Jul 2017 by Kathie1990 7 answers

I finished 234 weeks of Harvoni and was considered cured December 2015. By August 2016 I was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. I had a mammogram in 2015 and all of a sudden I have stage four cancer with prognosis of two years to live. Has anyone else developed aggressive form of cancer after ...

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