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How long after chemo until my period returns? (and the hot flashes go away)

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  • Natalie Grant Profile
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    Étude du cancer du sein
    Everybody is different. I was diagnosed at 29 and had my last chemo on jan31 this year and it has not return yet.
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    • Ali S Profile
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      Survivant depuis 2011

      Did you experience the temp changes and did those go away even though your period didn't return? I was 31 when diagnosed in may, 32 now. Single and no kids, but decided long before that I'd be ok with adoption if I couldn't have kids for...

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      Did you experience the temp changes and did those go away even though your period didn't return? I was 31 when diagnosed in may, 32 now. Single and no kids, but decided long before that I'd be ok with adoption if I couldn't have kids for whatever reason.

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    • Ali S Profile
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      Survivant depuis 2011

      Did you experience the temp changes and did they subside even though your period didn't return yet? I'm 32, was diagnosed in may when I wad still 31. Single and no kids, but I already decided long before all this that I was ok with adoption if I...

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      Did you experience the temp changes and did they subside even though your period didn't return yet? I'm 32, was diagnosed in may when I wad still 31. Single and no kids, but I already decided long before all this that I was ok with adoption if I couldn't have kids. But still...I hope I can at least have a shot

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    • Ali S Profile
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      Survivant depuis 2011

      Oops, didn't think it sent the first time!!! :)

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    • Natalie Grant Profile
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      Étude du cancer du sein

      Yes I experience the hot flashes and they still come and go every now and then but not as bad now. I am married (for 7 yrs) with no kids. We were planning on trying this year ( before i was diagnosed) but now we are considering adoption, but to...

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      Yes I experience the hot flashes and they still come and go every now and then but not as bad now. I am married (for 7 yrs) with no kids. We were planning on trying this year ( before i was diagnosed) but now we are considering adoption, but to my understanding most agencies want u to be clear for 5 years. Because medical is part of the screening process.

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  • Karrie Cameron Profile
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    Patient
    I have not started chemo yet, but my doctor told me I may never have one again. For me, it's not a big deal. I have my children.
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  • Dawn Sullivan Profile
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    Stage 3A Patient
    I had chemo 19 years ago and I still have hot flashes.
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