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Posted 28 Feb 2015 • 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 8 Feb 2014 • 3 answers
my concern is about osteonecrosis of the jaw,as I don't have great oral health. my medical oncologist wants to put me on xgeva for my stage 4 metastatic prostate cancer which is in the bones.
Posted 28 Jun 2016 • 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 29 Jan 2014 • 3 answers
My oncologist wants me to start taking Gabapentin - 300mg to help with my night sweats, caused by Tamoxifen. Has anyone had weight gain or swelling associated with this drug?
Posted 20 Apr 2017 • 1 answer
Now my oncologist has prescribed prednisone 50 mg one daily ? I am a 12 year CLL survivor. Why do you think my wbc has more than doubled? And is taking prednisone a good idea since my immune system is already weakened?
Posted 18 days ago • 1 answer
Have received ChemoRx for Breast Cancer. My oncologist at UCSF Brest care was against me getting Rituxan for my RA, thinking I would be at risk for more cancer, which he conveyed to my rheumatologist. Now the rheumatologist feels necessary due to progression of RA, labs, sx. Can't take Humira, ...
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 ...
Posted 24 Jun 2014 • 2 answers
Per the directions of my oncologist, I have recently been "dosing down" Cymbalta before discontinuing it, which I have done. Now a decision must be made for which anti depressant I SHOULD be taking that will interact better with my chemo med. As a menopausal female taking Tamoxifen for ...
Posted 8 Sep 2018 • 1 answer
I had been on Sutent for alost five years, keeping my renal call carcinoma, mtasticized to pelvis from spreading. About six weeks ago, C/T scan showed the cancer had returned to my lung. My oncologist recommended changing to Opdivo, one infusion every two weeks. After three treatments, a new C/T ...
Posted 4 Apr 2015 • 2 answers
What can I do to help maintain stability for me now that I have to stop taking Zoloft? My oncologist had no suggestions and I can't see my Psychiatrist for another week. I would like to be prepared when I see her. What has worked for other people?
Posted 4 Oct 2015 • 1 answer
... oncologist took me off xjeva. My question is are there side affects from going off the drug
Posted 16 Apr 2016 • 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 15 Jul 2016 • 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 5 May 2014 • 1 answer
Hi and Good Morning- I was just taken off of my 2 year maintenance of Rituxan. The reason was after receiving 4 treatments I started having questionable neurological issues. Nothing major. The oncologist sent me to have a brain scan. A neurologist read it an said i had too much white matter showing ...
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) - I am not usually on this end of the question/answer forums but?
Posted 18 Jun 2014 • 1 answer
... I was diagnosed today (6-17) with CLL. I had my suspicions over a year ago and began watching my numbers but because I was a victim in a crushing accident over 15 years ago my oncologist has been trying to make things easier on me and we decided to forego the pain of a bone marrow biopsy and ...