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Can You Take Aromasin And Theroxin Together
I think you are : Asking about tamoxifen and anastrazole, and aromatase inhibitor. Tamoxifen is used in pre or post menopausal women with er+ tumors. Anastrazole and Letrozole are aromatase inhibitors, and work poorly in estrogen rich pre-menopausal patients. There is no indication for using both together, one or the other as indicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: Aromasin (exemestane) is generally taken by women who have developed breast cancer and have hormonally sensitive tumors. If they have metastases or are at high risk of recurrence or mets, they can benefit from aromasin (exemestane). At least one study has shown that post-menopausal women who have not yet had cancer but were at high risk of developing it, had a 65% reduction in risk. Are those women "well?". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
About 24 hours: In women who take this medication for treatment of breast cancer,it is advised that Aromasin (exemestane) be taken once daily. Not knowing your medical condition or indication as to why you are taking it, you should ask your doctor if he would advise you to take it once daily or less frequently. ...Read more
Talk with your doc: Aromasin (exemestane) is part of treatment for breast cancer, so you have your own doctors to discuss this with. Pgx is basically fiber. It absorbs water & bulks up in your digestive system, making you feel full. If you don't drink enough water to flush this mass out of your system, you could get very constipated. Another option could be simply eating more fiber in your natural diet, & adding exercise. ...Read more
Maybe..continued: ... Aromasin, which prevents the formation of estrogen, is effective in reducing the risk of recurrence of breast cancer, but after 5 years, you are very likely to have sustained bone loss due to its effect. Evista (raloxifene) will arrest bone loss, and certainly is very unlikely to increase the risk of breast cancer, but it has never been studied as an advujant preventative like tamoxifen and aromasin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do not take it. : Do not take Exemestane if you are pregnant. It has been shown to cause harm to the fetus. It reduced number of live fetuses, prolonged gestation, abnormal or difficult labor, decreased fetal weight, and retarded ossification. If your breast feeding or considering to breast feed it can be excreted into human milk, caution is highly recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What should a person with breast cancer IV take after tamoxifen and aromasin. Arimidex femara or faslodex (fulvestrant)?
Treatment options: For stage IV breast cancer- if the cancer progressed after tamoxifen and aromasin- depending on several factors such as how much cancer burder, involvement to visceral organs, overall condition etc- the options would be- faslodex; combination of Aromasin (exemestane) and evorilimus ( based on recent randomized clinical trial) or chemotherapy. Discuss further with your oncologist- which one for your case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aromasin (exemestane) side effect: It blocks conversion to estrogen so some serious side effects are: osteoporosis, bone fractures, blood clot, heart pain, stroke, hypertension. Common side effects are: hot flash, fatigue, hair loss, headache, insomnia, sweating, diarrhea, depression, dizziness, muscle pain, swelling, cough... ...Read more
No: Of the 3 aromatase inhibitors (anastrazole-arimidex, letrozole-femara, exemestane-aromasin), Aromasin is chemically based on a steroidal type backbone. The drug or its formulation does not contain additional steroids. It was hoped that this steroidal nature would avoid some of the negative bone side effects of other ais but this has not been evident in clinical trials. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Aromasin (exemestane): "AROMASIN Tablets are contraindicated in patients with a known hypersensitivity to the drug or to any of the excipients." "AROMASIN may cause fetal harm when administered to a pregnant woman. " "AROMASIN Tablets should not be administered to premenopausal women." See: http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?setid=cf066b7a-032a-416c-8d40-15ba581423e3 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
AI: Aromasin (exemestane) is a steroidal aromatase inhibitor that permanently blocks the activity of the enzyme aromatase, blocking the conversion of adrenal androgens into estrogen by peripheral tissues (such as fatty tissue). It is currently used for treatment of er positive, early or advanced stage breast cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bone effects: Aromasin (exemestane) is an aromatase Inhibitor(AI) which when used to treat breast cancer causes effects on the bone density which can lead to osteoporosis in some women. So monitoring of Bone mineral density(BMD) is recommended and appropriate treatment offered if there is a significant bone loss after 1-2 years of use of this drug. Ask your doctor more about this issue. ...Read more
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