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Any recommendations for dealing with insomnia following lumpectomy and node removal (one node) ?

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Learning About Breast Cancer over 6 years
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  • Marianne R. Profile
    anónimo
    Sobreviviente desde 2011
    Ambien.....my doctor gave me a script on our first consultation.
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  • cindy stephenson Profile
    anónimo
    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    I took an Ativan
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  • Jennifer Jones Profile
    anónimo
    Paciente
    Call your doctor and get some meds.
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  • Laurie Kelly Profile
    anónimo
    Stage 1 Paciente
    Audio books with ear buds. You will get engrossed in the story and fall asleep.
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  • Mimi Carroll Profile
    anónimo
    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    Read... Something easy and sweet... I am not in to adding more drugs so I just read.. Steroids are the culprit for keeping me awake!
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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Thanks.

      Mary

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    anónimo
    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    if you cannot sleep, you can use that time for imagery and visualization -- think of a bunch of PacMan figures, traveling through your blood vessels and lymph system, and gobbling up any stray cancer cells --- another Sister used the image of mini polar bears digging them away from healthy tissue and chowing down on them I had some trouble sleeping after mastectomy so used the image of a crew of weavers, knitters, and crocheters, pulling that tissue back together and making it smooth -- your brain has amazing powers to heal your body and few people are using that
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  • Ali S Profile
    anónimo
    Sobreviviente desde 2011
    Ativan helped me. Anti anxiety and knocked me out for the night
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  • jennifer boles Profile
    anónimo
    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    Melatonin helped me.
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