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  • Angel Michele Profile

    Does Taxol cause colitis or colitis like symptoms? If so how long after taxol do these symptoms last? I fear I will need to forward my mail to my washroom.

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    stage_3a Patient
    2 days 1 answer
    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      All chemo drugs reek havoc on our system. I constantly went back and forth with diarrhea and constipation. Drink plenty of water. You need to be careful with delicate tissue getting irritated. Use Tucks Pads for soothing comfort. Vaseline helps too. Be sure to tell your onc how bad it is for you...

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      All chemo drugs reek havoc on our system. I constantly went back and forth with diarrhea and constipation. Drink plenty of water. You need to be careful with delicate tissue getting irritated. Use Tucks Pads for soothing comfort. Vaseline helps too. Be sure to tell your onc how bad it is for you and don't take anything unless it's been approved first. Mine recommended over the counter, more than suggested on the box, anti diarrhea/constipation meds. It will get better when your done with treatment. Prayers to you.

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  • Susana Montana Profile

    i need to take chemotherapy for breast cancer, but I lost my short-term memory due to a stroke, will chemotherapy affect my brain?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    3 days 2 answers
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Some develop what they call "chemo brain" and others don't. Talk with your doctor(s) about it and see if they can give you any information as we aren't doctors here.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      As Betti said, chemo brain is common. Forgetfulness, confusion, not memory loss. Please talk your onc about your concern. Prayers to you.

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  • Mandi wood Profile

    I've had a phobia of medications due to horrible sensitivity and side effects. So much so that I was prescribed tamoxifen for stage four and scared out of my mind to get it past my mouth... I want to take it but the fear is beating my actions

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    3 days 3 answers
    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Hi Mandi. I hear people say this all the time. "Afraid of the side effects". I'm sorry, I just don't understand that. Your fighting for your life. Side effects are listed because they might happen. Not that they will. And not everyone reacts the same. Positivity is key to everything in life. If...

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      Hi Mandi. I hear people say this all the time. "Afraid of the side effects". I'm sorry, I just don't understand that. Your fighting for your life. Side effects are listed because they might happen. Not that they will. And not everyone reacts the same. Positivity is key to everything in life. If you worry and 'wait' for horrible things to happen, they will. Take the upper hand and don't let cancer beat you. I know your scared, but again, your saving your life. Did you do chemo? Radiation? The side effects from them are way worse than tamoxifen. You can do this! If not for yourself, do it for all the people who love you. Prayers to you.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      One doesn't know how their body will handle this medication unless they try it. Just because some have problems with them mean you will. In your case it sounds like your doctor prescribed Tamoxifen for further treatment. Please at least try it and see how you do on them.

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    Went to breast clinic with lump on my left breast which turned out to be a cyst. However mammogram showed something suspicious in right breast so had 5 more scans. Ultrasound showed nothing but had 5 biopsies and marker placed. Do they know it's cancer?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    5 days 2 answers
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      The biopsy will tell them if it's cancer or not. They always place a marker after a biopsy so if surgery is needed it acts as a guide for the Surgeon. I had 2 biopsies 2 weeks apart of 2 different areas and a marker was put in after each one but on my mastectomy specimen only 1 was mentioned so...

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      The biopsy will tell them if it's cancer or not. They always place a marker after a biopsy so if surgery is needed it acts as a guide for the Surgeon. I had 2 biopsies 2 weeks apart of 2 different areas and a marker was put in after each one but on my mastectomy specimen only 1 was mentioned so assume the first one was pulled out with the vacuum suction on the 2nd biopsy. Did they do 5 different biopsies or just remove 5 pieces of tissue?

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      After reading the response to Betti.... I figured too that you meant one biopsy, 5 specimens of tissue. That is usually normal. That way they get an accurate reading. Yes, once tested, they will know if it's cancer or not. Having a biopsy is the only way to tell. If you told you it is not, they...

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      After reading the response to Betti.... I figured too that you meant one biopsy, 5 specimens of tissue. That is usually normal. That way they get an accurate reading. Yes, once tested, they will know if it's cancer or not. Having a biopsy is the only way to tell. If you told you it is not, they will continue to just keep an eye on it. Scary for you regardless, I know. If you have any changes in either breast, have it checked right away as you may be be prone to cysts and/or fibroids. Which are not cancer. Prayers to you.

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  • vicky kayley Profile

    Anyone had heart problems? I got 5 year all clear same week had massive heart attack

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    5 days 3 answers
    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Oh my gosh Vicky, so glad your ok! I had my heart monitored while in treatment on herceptin, but knock on wood, all good so far. Five years for me too. Prayers to you.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      I haven't had any issues yet and pray I don't. I know I have to be diligent since my BC was on my left side and have been told rads. can damage the heart and lung and make the ribs weaker on that side.

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  • Betti A Profile

    5 vs 10 years on an AI? What would you do, I just started year #5 a few weeks ago and my Onc. told me they are finding 10 may be better unless problems with them arise.

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    Survivor since 2013
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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      I already had Osteopenia before my diagnosis and it has gotten somewhat worse even on Fosamax. I'm scheduled for another DEXA in Sept and will see where my bones are sitting.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      I am doing tamoxifen for ten years. Not only are they finding that it may be better than switching, I really don't want to 'start over' again. The first year really sucked. My onc agrees. Prayers to you.

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  • Judith Bellows  Profile

    My boobs feels like it's filling up with milk but it's not as can't have kids anymore and it's quite painful I looked on line and it came up with dcis cancer does anyone have this and that help please

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    6 days 2 answers
    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Sounds more like a hormonal issue. Remember back when you were going through puberty and several years more, that your boobs would swell monthly and become sore? Just because you can't have kids doesn't mean this can't be the issue. I was diagnosed with DCIS. At first I thought it was a swollen...

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      Sounds more like a hormonal issue. Remember back when you were going through puberty and several years more, that your boobs would swell monthly and become sore? Just because you can't have kids doesn't mean this can't be the issue. I was diagnosed with DCIS. At first I thought it was a swollen gland/duct - not the whole boob. It did not go away and I could clearly feel a 'lump' when rechecking later. I do think you should make an appt with your gyne and get it checked out. Clearly something is different, but don't worry yourself by thinking the worst. Prayers to you.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Any changes to one's body need to be checked by their doctor as some testing may be needed. I had an area of DCIS along with 3 other areas of different types but it was only found on my mammogram. The only way to determine if it may or may not be DCIS is a biopsy.

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  • Cindy Jones Profile

    I had stage 2 breast cancer two years ago and had a lumpectomy and 27 radiation treatments followed by five years of arimidex. Just received news of another suspicious lump. I'm so scared to go through this again. Please pray with me 😢

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    9 days 3 answers
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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Hey Cindy I went thru the same experience. Stage 0 cancer, lumpectomy, 35 radiation treatments and Tamoxifen for 5 years. 2 yrs later another suspicious area biopsy done which tested positive. I ended up having a double mastectomy w/immediate reconstruction. Doing it all over I would have had the...

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      Hey Cindy I went thru the same experience. Stage 0 cancer, lumpectomy, 35 radiation treatments and Tamoxifen for 5 years. 2 yrs later another suspicious area biopsy done which tested positive. I ended up having a double mastectomy w/immediate reconstruction. Doing it all over I would have had the mastectomy from the beginning. I was just in shock like we all are when diagnosed & couldn't get passed loosing my breast. Stay positive suspicious doesn't mean cancer.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Such scary news. I'm sorry. Try to stay positive. Prayers to you.

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  • kerrie wilson Profile

    Anybody experience debilitating fatigue

    Asked by anonymous

    stage_3c Patient
    9 days 2 answers
    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Are you going through treatment now? With each one of chemo I got more and more 'wore out'. By the end, I slept all the time. And was pretty sick too. It's all temporary but you really need to give your body as much time to recoup as it took to get to this point. Yoga, (some sort or...

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      Are you going through treatment now? With each one of chemo I got more and more 'wore out'. By the end, I slept all the time. And was pretty sick too. It's all temporary but you really need to give your body as much time to recoup as it took to get to this point. Yoga, (some sort or movement/stretching) water and time are your friend. Prayers to you.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Have you talked with your doctor(s) about it?

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    Will i loose my hair wirh taxol and hercepton

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    10 days 2 answers
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Everyone is different on how their bodies do with chemo. meds. I didn't lose quite all of mine and my hairdresser felt I wouldn't lose anymore of it but I elected to have her take it off as it was becoming a nuisance. I had Taxotere and Cytoxan and within 9 months of being bald my hair was long...

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      Everyone is different on how their bodies do with chemo. meds. I didn't lose quite all of mine and my hairdresser felt I wouldn't lose anymore of it but I elected to have her take it off as it was becoming a nuisance. I had Taxotere and Cytoxan and within 9 months of being bald my hair was long enough to get a nice haircut.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      I'm gonna be blunt and say yes. The taxol will make you lose your hair. The hercepton will not and it will start to grow back as your finishing your hercepton treatment. At about 2 weeks after your first treatment, You'll notice your scalp start to hurt. Like a ponytail too tight. Hair will come...

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      I'm gonna be blunt and say yes. The taxol will make you lose your hair. The hercepton will not and it will start to grow back as your finishing your hercepton treatment. At about 2 weeks after your first treatment, You'll notice your scalp start to hurt. Like a ponytail too tight. Hair will come out. It really does become a nuisance. I elected to have my husband shave me bald. Felt so much better. Remember that your hair doesn't define who you are. Your fighting for your life. Own it and go commando. Prayers to you.

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  • kerrie wilson Profile

    10 years of hormone drugs or removal of the ovaries ? Taking suggestions ?

    Asked by anonymous

    stage_3c Patient
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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      I'll start with....It sounds like you need to talk further with your team of dr's. They will suggest what's best for your treatment plan. I'm guessing you are pre-menopausal, hence the 10 year question? Tomoxifen is for premenopausal women and there are several drugs for post. The norm was 5...

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      I'll start with....It sounds like you need to talk further with your team of dr's. They will suggest what's best for your treatment plan. I'm guessing you are pre-menopausal, hence the 10 year question? Tomoxifen is for premenopausal women and there are several drugs for post. The norm was 5 years for the two type of drugs. If you choose to have your ovaries out, you would still to go on a 'post menopauseal' med. our bodies still produce estrogen regardless and these drugs are a must for hormone positive cancer. It's what it feeds off of. My dr's advised not to have another surgery if not really warranted. I have been on tamoxifen for 5 years now and will continue for a total of 10. It was horrible at first. Yoga, water and time is my best suggestion. Prayers to you.

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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I did both after being diagnosed with breast cancer. My father loss 2 sisters & mom to ovarian cancer. It was the obvious choice for me 🙏🏾

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  • Bhavana K Profile

    Beast cancer , initial plan was to treat her with hormone (hormonal therapy ) later , I don't know for some reason they suggested 16 chemo ... but the duration of the therapy is only 30 minutes . First one was 45 minutes . Balance 15 gonna be 30

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    15 days 2 answers
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Not sure what you're asking. My chemo. infusions including the time to access my port, draw blood through it, see my Oncologist, and then the infusion was between 3 and 4 hours total.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      I do t understand either. Is this 'chemo' drug being infused? A liquid into a vein? Could you be referring to hercepton? This is used to treat Her2 positive cancer, and is not an actual 'chemo' drug. Prayers to you.

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  • Olivia Mcardle Profile

    no radiation or chemo

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    18 days 4 answers
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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I had stage 0 cancer & it was also found in micro calcifications. I had 35 radiation just to make sure they got it all & tamoxifen for 5 years. Mine was hormonal driven. No chemo

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      If you feel you need radiation seek another opinion. One needs to see a Radiation Oncologist to see if radiation is needed.

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  • Roberta Matheson Profile

    What are the different stages of breast csncer

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    19 days 4 answers
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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      There are some great, easy to understand videos on this site that are very helpful 0-4 as I recall.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      As Betti said, there are 4 stages of Breast cancer. Check out the videos on this sight, they are very easy to understand and so informative. Keep in mind, we all freak out when we hear those 3 words "you have cancer", but regardless of stage, it's not the death sentence it once was. Even people...

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      As Betti said, there are 4 stages of Breast cancer. Check out the videos on this sight, they are very easy to understand and so informative. Keep in mind, we all freak out when we hear those 3 words "you have cancer", but regardless of stage, it's not the death sentence it once was. Even people with stage 4 continue living life. Though there still isn't a cure, advancements are being discovered all the time. Even since I was diagnosed is 2012. Prayers to you.

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    im 17 and ive had cancer at 2 and i got my period at 11 makes it likely to get breast cancer early and now i found a lump it like half a thumb size its hard and only painful when i press on it, i am also always feeling sleepy in an uncontrollable way.

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Have you discussed this with your parents or a trusted adult? Please do as you should see a Dr. to see if any testing is needed.

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    • SAm  White Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I would definitely speak with mom & make a Dr appt asap. I too had my period young 9 yrs old & dealt with hormonal issues. Developed breast cancer @ 46 yrs old

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  • Adriana Villalobos Profile

    How long does it normally take for eyebrows to grow back? I finish chemo September 29 2016 and still do t have much of my eyebrows

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    19 days 4 answers
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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      It seems most of us end up with thinner than before brows and lashes. Hormone blocking drugs don't help either. I'm 5 years and fill in with a pencil. If need be, you can go to a cosmetic counter and they can help you find the best color and teach you how to do it. Prayers to you.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Everyone is different, I never lost my eyebrows or lashes as they just thinned out. It partly depends too on the meds. you got as some are harsher than others from what I've read.

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  • Patricia Mounce Profile

    Do they have transportation to get back and fourth to doctors and treatment

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    20 days 2 answers
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Check with your resource people at the local American Cancer Society (my Oncology clinic had volunteers manning theirs) and they helped me find transportation to and from my first treatment to see how my body would handle things, I drove myself the last 3 but imagine they would have helped if I...

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      Check with your resource people at the local American Cancer Society (my Oncology clinic had volunteers manning theirs) and they helped me find transportation to and from my first treatment to see how my body would handle things, I drove myself the last 3 but imagine they would have helped if I needed it. Ask your doctor(s) about it too as they may know how to contact someone.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Every area is different as they need to depend on their resources available. As Betti suggested, Contact the social worker at the cancer center/hospital and the different cancer organizations for help. Prayers to you.

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  • Patricia Mounce Profile

    Is breast cancer painful

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    20 days 3 answers
    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      No, most breast cancers are not painful. Most times it's not even detected other than in a mammogram. Now of course if your feeling something in or around the breast area and your touching it all the time, yes it may hurt. If there is something abnormal get it checked out. Prayers to you.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Not usually but suppose it could be.

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    Hi been on tomoxifen now on letrozole. Ha ring a lot of water infections got to go for scan on kidneys eney body what's been same

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    21 days 2 answers
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      I'm not totally sure what you are asking. If I'm reading it correctly you are saying you are having problems with your kidneys due to the meds. you're on? I've been on Letrozole for 4 years now and haven't had any kidney issues.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      I too am confused by your question. After having chemo and starting tamoxifen I ended up having vaginal infections. I never had any in the past. My gyne said it was due to drastic hormone changes. After a year or so, I haven't gotten another one. Prayers to you.

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  • jeanette martin Profile

    I went through chemo, radiation and mastectomy last year my nails are in horrible shape. Brittle, lines and ridges going through them. Is this normal? Any suggestions on getting them healthy again?

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      It's pretty common. Time is what helped mine. Though even after 5 years, if I have gloves on, like gardening, my finger tips get so sore. Like they can't breathe or something. I can't wear gel nail polish either. Prayers to you.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Chemo. wrecked havoc with my nails too. They did come out of it after about 1 year.

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    Can a bilateral mastectomy be enough to treat breast cancer Stage 2? I have no lymph node involvement.

    Asked by anonymous

    stage_2a Patient
    21 days 2 answers
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Everyone's cancer is different therefore a treatment plan is made just for you. There are numerous factors that come into play besides being stage 2. I was staged 1a and had a unilateral mastectomy (my choice), chemo., rads., and am now on a hormone blocker for 5 years. I also had 8 lymph...

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      Everyone's cancer is different therefore a treatment plan is made just for you. There are numerous factors that come into play besides being stage 2. I was staged 1a and had a unilateral mastectomy (my choice), chemo., rads., and am now on a hormone blocker for 5 years. I also had 8 lymph nodes removed that were all negative.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Betti is corrected. Hormones, invasive, her2 all play roles. Your team will have the best plan of action for you, but you can always get a second opinion. Prayers to you.

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  • Melissa Hicks Profile

    Had IDC ER PR- and HER2 had mastectomy it did NOT go in the lymph nodes and they got clean margins. They said I would need 4 - 6 rounds of chemo - TC (taxotere) and herceptin for a year. Why do I need chemo if they are using herceptin?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      We aren't doctors here and that sounds like something you should be asking yours. Everyone's cancer is different therefore a treatment plan is made just for you.

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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      There are informative videos here on this site you should check out. Being her2 positive USE TO BE a death sentence. Be thankful for the many advancements in the past 15 or so years. Simply put, being her2 positive means that each of your cancer cells duplicate themselves very rapidly. You need a...

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      There are informative videos here on this site you should check out. Being her2 positive USE TO BE a death sentence. Be thankful for the many advancements in the past 15 or so years. Simply put, being her2 positive means that each of your cancer cells duplicate themselves very rapidly. You need a 1 - 2 punch. Chemo and herceptin. Think of the cancer cell as a peanut M&M. The chemo eats the outer candy shell and the herceptin comes along and eats all the peanuts. Lol. It works, go with it. It's what will keep you alive. I'm not sure if you said you were er positive or negative, but that would play a role in your chemo treatment as well. The herceptin is strictly for the her2. I am triple positive, diagnosed in 2012. Living life!!! Prayers to you.

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  • Danielle  Kapusinski Profile

    My tumor was 1.9 cm, did not need chemo or radiation, but have to take tamoxifen for 10 years. Scared to take this after reading the warning and side effects. Dpes anyone have any information on this drug?

    Asked by anonymous

    Patient
    25 days 4 answers
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    • nicolas duhem Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Dear Danielle, tamoxifen is a well-known medecine and has been used for years. Thus it is normal that the list of side effects reported is long: indeed by law all side effects needs to be reported, the more a drug is available the highest is the probability to get reports. It does not mean you ll...

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      Dear Danielle, tamoxifen is a well-known medecine and has been used for years. Thus it is normal that the list of side effects reported is long: indeed by law all side effects needs to be reported, the more a drug is available the highest is the probability to get reports. It does not mean you ll experience these sides effects. It is always a benefit/risk balance and overall the benefits outweigh the risks. Of course there are always personal stories.The two required action when you take this kind of medicine is to have a regular echo of the uterine cavity and to have a close follow-up if you have had blood problems like embolism. An area you should be careful is about interaction : advice your physician if you take antidepressant, even natural one like St John wort,

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    • SAm  White Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I've was on tamoxifen for 3 years with little to no side effects. Hair thinning was my only issue. I did notice when the pharmacy split my prescription with another pharmaceutical companies pills I experienced some side effects. After calling pharmacy they explained each company puts different...

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      I've was on tamoxifen for 3 years with little to no side effects. Hair thinning was my only issue. I did notice when the pharmacy split my prescription with another pharmaceutical companies pills I experienced some side effects. After calling pharmacy they explained each company puts different medicines in there pills.

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  • kerrie wilson Profile

    Anyone been put on Eliquis while going through chemo

    Asked by anonymous

    stage_3c Patient
    26 days 3 answers
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    Her 2 positive is different from regular I been reading up on it but wanted to here personal stories why is this type cancer consider more aggressive

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    26 days 2 answers
    • Jennifer A Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I'm HER2 . You'll need to ask your doc about why it's more aggressive but I just finished chemo 3.5 months ago and I had an excellent result. Then I had a left mastectomy. I'm getting Herceptin for the rest of this year. Here's a good video on https://youtu.be/2P7KVC2Ho8s

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      My tumor was HER2- so I don't have a personal story. I would gather all the questions you have and discuss them with your doctor(s). As to what someone may have been treated with you won't be as everyone's cancer is different therefore so is the treatment(s).

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