Hot flashes, etc. The most common side effects of Femara (letrozole) include hot flashes, joint pain, headaches, back pain, and increased sweating. Less common side effects include nausea, vomiting, weight changes, and constipation. Despite this laundry list of possibilities, in reality, most people tolerate Femara (letrozole) very well.
Several. Besides the risks of allergic reactions with rashes, breathing problems or shock, the most common side effects are muscle aches, weakness, hand/foot pain, trigger fingers, fatigue and interference with the sex life. Other effects include nausea, bowel disturbance, loss of appetite, hypertension, elevated cholesterol, edema, weight gain, dry mouth, hot flushes, coughing, sob and rashes.
Does pycnogenol interfere with femara (letrozole)? It helps alleviate my joint pain and side effects from the femara (letrozole).
Not to my knowledge. Pycnogenol is known to be a natural antinflammatory. To my knowledge, it has not been shown to interfere with most medications. Read more...
Started femara (letrozole) 2 weeks ago;side effects r minimal. One night every bone in my 2 feet cramped ;dr rec vitamin K n magn will these interact with femar?
No interference. You are probably taking vitamin-d(not vitamin-k). Read more...