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Tamoxifen Continue for another 5 years or not

I have been on Tamoxifen for almost 5 years. The doctors gave me a few options. 1. Continue taking tamoxifen for another 5 years (total of 10 years) 2. Stop taking it 3. Have surgery to shutdown my ovaries and have a monthly shot that would keep my glands from producing estrogen.

I am only 36 year old and have no kids. I have always wanted to be a mom and actually go through the experience of pregnancy and giving birth. I didn't have any eggs frozen. I went through… read more

posted about 3 hours ago by A MyBCTeam User

Are there were any ladies out there incorporating essential oils (pure certified medicinal) as part of their regiment. If so which?

Are there any ladies using Essential Oils (pure certified medicinal) in their regiment? If so which ones?

tags: Essential Oils

posted about 17 hours ago by A MyBCTeam User
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I have started using essential oils since my BC diagnosis and I absolutely LOVE THEM!!! I use them every night before bed. When I was going through… read more

posted about 7 hours ago

Who out there had Invasive lobular bc

Looking to connect with sisters who have had Invasive lobular bc. What did your dr tell you about this particular type of bc?

tags: invasive lobular breast cancer

posted about 19 hours ago by A MyBCTeam User
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@A MyBCTeam User = How long have you been off tamoxifen? I too would like my life back, but my onc of course is against it. DO you take anything natural… read more

posted about 2 hours ago


A friend of mine has had 2 ultrasounds. Was scheduled for a ultrasound yesterday, and it was cancelled and doesn’t have a dr appointment for week I would think that would be positive??? Anyone know why?

posted about 20 hours ago by A MyBCTeam User

Hello I will be starting chemo soon...

Is there anything that I need to pack or have for chemo any suggestions on things that I should take?

posted about 23 hours ago by A MyBCTeam User
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Drink lots of water.

posted about 7 hours ago

If u are. Er- and Pr- with her2+. Do u still have to take chemo. Pills

Or are u done with all of it after the last dose of herceptin?

posted 3 days ago by A MyBCTeam User
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@A MyBCTeam User,
I was just wondering about that for i read so much on here about all these other women having to take meds.
At one time my onc. told… read more

posted 2 days ago

Are you not able to walk or drive during chemo or after? Just wondering because i start it in a few weeks

I dont have a car, mine died last October and some people say get one some say wait,.. whichbis the best option?

posted 3 days ago by A MyBCTeam User
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I always had someone go with me on my 1st chemo treatment because I didn't know how I would feel afterwards. It's good if you have someone go with you… read more

posted about 17 hours ago

triple negative sisters

Any triple negative sisters out here ? Want to met more survivors . Need the support .

posted 4 days ago by A MyBCTeam User
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I am Triple Negstive, dx'd 6/14/16. I had a 7.1 cm tumor. It was 4 tumors but they considered it one tumor. It grew between 6 month mammograms.

posted 4 days ago


Has anyone else been dx'd with fibromyalgia after chemo and radiation? All of my cancer ONC's just said it was de,ayes chemo symptoms and it was normal. My Rheumatologist sent me to a pain specialist who dx'd me with Fibromyalgia. So I have the diagnosis but there doesn't seem to be a treatment besides pain meds and exercise. How do you exercise when you are in a constant state of fatigue. I am one year past chemo.

posted 4 days ago by A MyBCTeam User
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I had my first part of chemo every two weeks. Then I had @ Neulasta. I had terrible bone pain for 4-5 days. My WBc's during AC were normal or in the low… read more

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