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Condition: Hormone Receptor Positive Postmenopausal Early Breast Cancer After Adjuvant Tamoxifen
11/20/2013 1:26:01 PM

Reviewer: macdebi, 55-64 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 1

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 3

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 1

Comment:
I have been taking this drug since July of 13. Started out with Arimidex--felt like legs breaking while walking. Tamoxafin made sugar levels spike to 400's. After starting this drug, have had vaginal bleeding which is rare side effect but referred to gyn oncologist to have dnc and biopsies of cervix and uterus with nothing going on. bleeding caused by drug. Also, lost vision for over a we ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Hormone Receptor Positive Postmenopausal Early Breast Cancer After Adjuvant Tamoxifen
11/6/2013 11:05:40 PM

Reviewer: 65-74 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 4

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 5

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 5

Comment:
I was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2013, node neg, and clear margins...Had 37 radiation treatments and started Aromasin 10/13. so far I have had no side effects. I already take Lexapro for Depresion, drink joint juice for joint health and caltrate d for bone health. I have had 1 Prolia injection. I also take Vit. b-12 injections once a month. Maybe it is too soon to really make a stat ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Hormone Receptor Positive Postmenopausal Early Breast Cancer After Adjuvant Tamoxifen
10/18/2013 12:34:06 PM

Reviewer: Onett, 65-74 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 5

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 5

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 5

Comment:
I have HER2++ lobular breast cancer. Had chemo, radical MX and 26 days rads. Am now on Aromasin and have had no side effects

Condition: Hormone Receptor Positive Postmenopausal Early Breast Cancer After Adjuvant Tamoxifen
9/16/2013 11:32:46 AM

Reviewer: dixieb, 65-74 Female on Treatment for 2 to less than 5 years (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 4

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 2

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 2

Comment:
I have the usual reported side effects, such as bone & muscle pain, hot flashes, etc. But, for the past year, I've had some gum inflammation & some gum lesions. Has anyone had these symptoms from Aromasin?

Condition: Hormone Receptor Positive Postmenopausal Early Breast Cancer After Adjuvant Tamoxifen
8/5/2013 11:42:03 PM

Reviewer: Dixie Belle, 65-74 Female on Treatment for 2 to less than 5 years (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 4

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 5

Satisfaction

Current Rating: 2

Comment:
I find it odd that we are asked to rate the effectiveness of this drug, since we really have no way of knowing that yet. It's been 2 and a half years, and my cancer has not returned, so I guess it's effective so far. At first, my Doc put me on Arimidex, then Femara, and now Exemestane (Aromasin). The hot flashes were terrible with the first two, and I still have them on the Exemestane, bu ... Show Full Comment

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