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I have tried 3 different breast cancer preventative drugs,Tamoxifen, anastrozole & letrozole?

Posted 1 day 23 hours ago by YveeStewart 0 answers

Which of these 3 have the least joint pain side effects for someone 59, post menopause and using to prevent breast cancer?

I had breast cancer 20+ years what harm is there in taking cortisone shots for pain?

Posted 7 Nov 2016 by Eh Wilson 2 answers

Had modified radical and 17 nodes and rt breast removed. Reason for shots Lupus (SLE) and arthritis and Sciatica.

What is the average copay for Ibrance?

Posted 19 days ago by Lpatillo2001 0 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?

Does Arimidex lower white blood cell count?

Posted 18 days ago by tojeanne 0 answers

I'm on trial of everolimus (unirad) and getting lots of side effects. WILL these lessen over time?

Posted 6 Nov 2016 by Wigansue 0 answers

10mg daily and feeling very tired, nauseous, forgetful and have cramps and tingling in hands and feet.

Letrozole - I have stage 2 breast cancer with HER2 Positive receptors and I started taking the?

Posted 30 Oct 2016 by RKEL7676 0 answers

... medication since February 1 2016 I was 187 now I am 214 lbs how can I lose the weight this is so frustrating I have changed my eating habits but the weight will not come off , I am so depressed with the hot flashes all the time, tiredness no matter how much rest I get , the joint pain, now I ...

Can a person who had breast cancer years ago that now has cirrhosis from Nash qualify for a liver?

Posted 16 Oct 2016 by Susan boston 1 answer

... transplant? Is a patient that had a prior history of breast cancer that later developed fatty liver (Nash) disqualify for a liver transplant?

Can I take an antidepressant as soon as I get off Tamoxifen?

Posted 19 Oct 2016 by sadizney 0 answers

I heard Tamoxifen stays in your system months after you are done taking it. If I start an antidepressant as soon as I am done with Tamoxifen, will it (Tamoxifen) still work months after I stop taking it even though I started an antidepressant? I stopped taking Zoloft as soon as I started Tamoxifen.

Zoledronic Acid Infusion after being diagnosed with Advanced Breast Cancer?

Posted 2 Oct 2016 by Debbie07 0 answers

Had my first infusion 6 days ago, felt fine after, next day enjoyed a spa day, but by the end of that day, headache, Fever and bone pain, stayed in bed the next day, then back to normal. Although on the eve of day 5 experienced sickness and diarrhoea, sweats and chills. I'm not sure if this ...

Should I stop talking Anastrozole?

Posted 10 Sep 2016 by Kpnuts 1 answer

Hey. Was on tamoxifen for 2 years then changed to Anastrozole. For nearly a year now. I'm 47 and was always quite active. Now I'm having back pain (lower right hip) headaches no motivation what so ever, pains in my knee and foot. Depression... Just wondering could it be this drug or ...

Why am I continuing to have hot flashes after quitting tamoxifen?

Posted 18 Sep 2016 by Tearl56 0 answers

Five and a half years ago, I had IDC and DCIS. I had a mastectomy. My Dr. Thought I would be a great candidate for tissue testing. It would be able to determine what my chance of a re-occurrence would be. After it was completed, my chance of a re-occurrence was at 2.3 percent. It was determined ...

I was prescribed Vagifem because I have an Overactive Bladder.I had breast cancer 13years ago and am

Posted 30 May 2016 by pauline davis 1 answer

... worried about this medication.It says not to use if you have had breast cancer.Why do Doctors prescribe this if they know you have had breast cancer

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