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Posted 12 Jan 2017 by • 0 answers
... curious if any members have, or currently taking this med, for stage 4 liver metastatisis originating from breast cancer? What side affects do you have and how long have you been on this medication? Thank you for your time and consideration to offer input. Janice
Posted 22 Dec 2016 by • 0 answers
My name is Richard Law, An Asian American, residing in Houston, Texas. I am 64 years old male. I am a new member in this community, On Dec 1 2016, my oncologist told me that I have polycythemia Vera, prescribed 500grams of Hydroxyurea. First week, I took 1 pill a day, from 2nd week I took 2 pills, ...
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 ...
Posted 28 Feb 2015 by • 3 answers
my Labrador has been given tramadol after major surgery to remove a mast cell tumour from her head. She went to an Oncology referral practice, and was an in-patient for 2 days following her surgery. We have to give her one 50mg tab twice daily. She has now devoloped diarrhea. Could this be the ...
Posted 15 Jul 2016 by • 1 answer
breast cancer my Oncologist took me off of Paxil because he said it would not be compatible with the Tamoxifen that I needed to take for five years. I have stopped the Latuda but I need something for my OCD and anger issues and irritation. I am thinking about going back to the Paxil hoping that it ...
Posted 21 May 2016 by • 1 answer
... it up on the Internet. I had several more otc items like iron supplements with folic acid that I just quit taking as well. Why didn't my oncology doctor tell me not to take them? He checked my list.
Posted 16 Apr 2016 by • 1 answer
Am interested in taking herbal supplements a along with Carboplatin chemotherapy treatment and my Oncologist said certain hebs can interfere with the effectiveness of the chemo. Possibly negate the effects. Was wondering if anyone has any more info on these two drugs taken together ( the ...
Posted 16 Apr 2016 by • 1 answer
Mom won't call oncologist. She has been treated for several months now with no issues with intravenous Opdivo for her lung cancer. She developed a rash and went to urgent care only and is throwing up the antibiotics. I want to cry and tell her to go to her oncologist. I think she's ...
Posted 27 Mar 2016 by • 1 answer
61 yo husband placed on Imuran for UC flare. Within three months developed a oral tongue cancer related to med. Oncologist stated he could never take a immunosupressant or TNF med again in future. Concerned over Imuran / UC treatment , if he should develop another type of cancer. He may have lost ...
Posted 16 Feb 2016 by • 0 answers
I have been taking anastrozole for 22 months and have experienced several side effects that have subsided. I am currently having hip joint pain on the right side. My oncologist does not believe it is a side effect as it is only on one side.
Posted 16 Dec 2015 by • 0 answers
Oncologist asked if I would like to be on the star clinical trial for renal cell cancer, taking pazopanib for 4 weeks with 2 weeks off.Anyone know about this trial
Posted 4 Oct 2015 by • 1 answer
... oncologist took me off xjeva. My question is are there side affects from going off the drug
Posted 28 Sep 2015 by • 1 answer
the pain is still so severe at night i am getting NO sleep. I believe the problem is due to a pinched nerve instead of Neuropathy. Have had that a long time, however, recently have been painting on a ladder and moving into a home and this came on very sudden. Question is can I take a Motrin 600mg. ...
Posted 18 Sep 2015 by • 0 answers
... as a result of the kidney cancer. The kidney and mass will be removed surgically. The oncologist has recommended the Pd-1 phase 3 trial novolumab vs sunitinib for the matestatic Lung desease. I have been reading about it but can't decide if the trial is better then the standard treatment ...
Posted 1 May 2015 by • 1 answer
... oncologist recommended taking magnesium 200 mg to help with the hot flashes and it has helped somewhat, but I am still experiencing severe sweating. Has anyone else experienced really bad sweating along with the hot flashes. The sweating has almost ruined my life as I am embarrassed to go ...