Five years in, the hairloss is even getting difficult for this pro hairstylist to manage. While I didn’t fully recover my hair following chemotherapy, what did emerge is slowly peetering out- I’m probably down 85% of my pre-treatment glory, and that is definitely not an emotionally-driven estimate.
I’m resolved to continue my aromatase inhibitor for the additional five years that have been recommended, and am also swallowing my onco’s warning that it’s likely… read more
I had a double masectomy and after surgery they said I had positive margins that were inoperable.I've just finished radiation to chest wall but does that mean the cancer will surely return? So worried
I am considering an oophorectomy instead of the monthly zoladex injections since the cancer was 95% ER and PR positive.I am 41 years old and wondering what I will feel like afterwards I have read articles but I want to know from personal experience. (Side effects)
I would like to know if anyone has been prescribed ACH-Letrozole and zoledronic acid after completing treatment for ESTROGEN negative PROGESTERONE positive HER2 negative
I had BC in 2015 and found out last week I now have OC. Been really scared and trying not to show it cause it upsets my husband and family. I just pray I can get through this.
Anyone have any experience with this or any other similar med? Trying to find the right med for me
Does anyone else get seriously sad the day after chemo? I don't know what it is, but I can't stop crying and I'm a total mess. I'm usually pretty strong. I'm stage 3, triple positive, and 31 years old. I had 4 AC chemos over 2 weeks and have 12 taxol treatments in total-- I have 5 taxol treatments left. In late April I'll have a double mastectomy (I have the BRCA gene), and then 6-8 weeks of radiation.
Is the constant crying the day after chemo normal? I had chemo in the late… read more
I still don't know what kind of surgery I'm having but may well do a bilateral mastectomy, because I really want to reduce the risk of recurrence as much as possible. (Having an ongoing discussion with my surgeon, while doing neoadjuvant chemo and waiting for genetic panel results.)
I am 45 years old but do think I would be at peace with the decision to do a BMX and not reconstruct. My main concerns are: (1) I've always been very lucky… read more
I have had 3 epidural spinal steroid injections since the end of November. I was 118.5 before the first injection and now I am 110 pounds. I eat healthy because my husband has cardiovascular disease. I haven’t really been able to exercise besides
PT exercises. Should I be worried this may be cancer related?
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