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  • Aleeza Chaudhry Profile

    My mom has about two more months of chemo, five weeks of radiation, and five years of tamoxifen left for her treatment. She keeps asking when her life and body will go back to normal. Any idea of when her body will start recovering after chemo/radiation?

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 4 years 4 answers
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    • anonymous Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      After chemo an rad it took my body almost 2-1/2 months. I wish I could say sooner but it was almost at the 3 month mark.
      Praying hers is much sooner. Tell her to hang in there. It will get better. For now take advantage and rest.
      God, water, walk in that order and u can survive anything.

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      anonymous
      Stage 3C Patient

      She's in the worst of it right now and it can be discouraging. I am 4 months post chemo and 8 weeks post radiation and I am feeling pretty good, but at night I am still physically exhausted.
      She will develop a new level of normal after all this. Once chemo is over keep her busy with family things...

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      She's in the worst of it right now and it can be discouraging. I am 4 months post chemo and 8 weeks post radiation and I am feeling pretty good, but at night I am still physically exhausted.
      She will develop a new level of normal after all this. Once chemo is over keep her busy with family things and things she used to do. It will really help.

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    will invasive lobular carcinoma remove the whole breast?

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 5 years 3 answers
    • Marianne R. Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2011

      My mass was 7.3 (about the size of a hard baseball) I lost the top half of my right breast.

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    • julie s Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 2A Patient

      Not necessarily... There are a lot of factors involved... Stage, grade, size of the tumor, etc.

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  • rosalind hopkins Profile

    After bilateral, infiltrating lobular, can cancer cells move through chest walls later on?

    Asked by anonymous

    Survivor since 2008
    almost 7 years 2 answers
    • Janelle Strunk Profile
      anonymous
      Family Member or Loved One

      Unfortunately, Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma (also known as Invasive Lobular Carcinoma - ILC) has the potential to spread or metastasize to other parts of your body. Even though at first these cancer cells are in the lining of your milk lobes, they have the capability to invade or infiltrate...

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      Unfortunately, Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma (also known as Invasive Lobular Carcinoma - ILC) has the potential to spread or metastasize to other parts of your body. Even though at first these cancer cells are in the lining of your milk lobes, they have the capability to invade or infiltrate the nearby tissue outside the lobes, including the chest wall. It is important to continue to follow-up with your healthcare provider and keep an eye on this possibility.

      Hope this helps!

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    • Gladys Varela Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Scary, because I just had bilateral mastectomy and my lymph nodes came negative too. But will be scary to find out if I other tissues were affected or will be.

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    hi. It is already a week that there is uncomfortable light pain in my left breast. today i observed that left one a bit bigger than right one. i don't know, is it likely to be serious?

    Asked by anonymous

    almost 3 years 2 answers
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Any changes to one's body should be checked by their doctor. We aren't doctors here and you need an exam to see what it may or may not be as some testing may be in order.

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    • Sharon Danielson Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2007

      This is a change that should be brought to the attention of your doctor. It could be a lot of things other than breast cancer... that is just the one that always comes to mind. We can't tell you what this is but we CAN tell you this should be checked. Take care, Sharon

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