Tamoxifen and periods

Discussion in 'Top Rated Canadian Pharmacies Online' started by bus1, 02-Sep-2019.

  1. mehtr0n Guest

    Tamoxifen and periods


    Tamoxifen (tam-ox-i-fen) is a medicine that is used for the treatment of breast cancer and endometrial (en-do-me-tre-al) cancer. In breast cancer tamoxifen stops oestrogen (a female hormone) from working in the breast tissue, this is called an "anti-oestrogen effect", which reduces the stimulation of breast cancer growth from the oestrogen in the body. Sometimes tamoxifen is used alone, other times it is used along with other medicines. Tamoxifen also has a couple of other useful effects in that it lowers cholesterol and helps keep up the bone density. It is not prescribed for these effects, but it is nice to know that there are other benefits of taking tamoxifen. While tamoxifen has been undergoing trials for prevention of breast cancer, it is not currently recommended for this. The usual dose is 20 mg or 40 mg of tamoxifen per day. Tamoxifen must not be taken during pregnancy, and therefore pregnancy should be avoided while taking tamoxifen and for 2 months after finishing taking tamoxifen (as it takes a while to leave the body). Oceangirl654 wrote: I was wondering if tamoxifen can stop your period if you're as young as 41? I told my oncologist this morning that I haven't had my period for two months (I have done many pregnancy tests so it's not that) and she seemed very alarmed and said it's not normal at my age. But I thought that tamoxifen can stop your period- in fact, before I went to see her I was very happy thinking it was a sign that the tamoxifen is working. I have an appointment with the gynecologist on her urging (though I'd rather not go get examined again if it's unnecessary). I was just wondering if this has happened to anyone else and if you had the same reaction from your oncologist, and what ended up being the cause. Apr 23, 2016 AM Shetland Pony wrote: How much experience does your oncologist have with premenopausal patients taking tamoxifen? Tamoxifen is known to cause menstrual irregularities (including amenorrhea in some cases), so just based on what you have reported, I do not understand why your oncologist would be alarmed. Not having your period on tamoxifen does not mean you are now in menopause. 2018 Xeloda NEAD Apr 23, 2016 PM oceangirl654 wrote: Thanks for your reply! Your gynecologist can order blood tests of your hormone levels (such as E2 and FSH) to help understand what is going on in your particular case. I am beginning to think that my oncologist might be a bit hopeless.

    Metoprolol for Amoxil 500 mg side effects Sildenafil pfizer 25 mg Valtrex 1000 mg tablets

    Yep, same thing happened to me. I was 33 yrs old when I started tamoxifen and did not have periods for a couple of years had chemo for 6 mos too and then there they were again. Tamoxifen stimulates your uterine lining, so when I get a period, it is a doozy! I will turn 51 in August. It is my layman's opinion that my body just isn't ready to go into menopause. Information on Tamoxifen. It is fine to take tamoxifen with your other medications. Most women can tell when they are having a normal period by their other.

    Hi lovely ladies can anybody tell me if their periods were affected by taking tamoxifen. Also been advised to have my ovaries out at some point, has anyone else? The oncologist said I'd still have them but this last 3 months have been barely there - not that I'm complaining! Tamoxifen won't work on hormone-receptor-negative breast cancer. Tamoxifen is available in two forms: a pill taken once a day (brand name: Nolvadex) or a liquid form (brand name: Soltamox). If you dislike pills or you're having trouble swallowing tamoxifen pills, Soltamox can help make it easier to stay on your treatment plan. Most doctors recommend taking tamoxifen at the same time each day. — while you are taking tamoxifen and for 2 months afterward. You should not take tamoxifen if you are breastfeeding, pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or if there is any chance that you could be pregnant. You should use an effective non-hormonal type of birth control — such as condoms, a diaphragm along with spermicide, or a non-hormonal I. Ask your doctor which type of non-hormonal birth control would be best for you. Since its approval in 1998, tamoxifen has been used to treat millions of women and men diagnosed with hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer. While an aromatase inhibitor is the first hormonal therapy medicine choice for postmenopausal women, tamoxifen is the first choice for premenopausal women and is still a good choice for postmenopausal women who can't take an aromatase inhibitor.

    Tamoxifen and periods

    Tamoxifen Cancer in general Cancer Research UK, Breast Cancer Topic Tamoxifen and periods

  2. Is it legal to buy viagra online from canada
  3. Doxycycline bird
  4. Purchase fluoxetine online
  5. Irregular Periods is a known side effect of Tamoxifen. Complete analysis from patient reviews and trusted online health resources, including first-hand experiences. My bookmarks

    • Can Tamoxifen cause Irregular Periods? - Treato.
    • Tamoxifen - Impartial cancer information for patients.
    • Tamoxifen Uses, Side Effects, and More -.

    Jun 19, 2016. Hi lovely ladies can anybody tell me if their periods were affected by taking tamoxifen. The oncologist said I'd still have them but this last 3. Hiya - my periods stopped during chemo, then came back after about four months on tamoxifen. I discussed this with my onc, and the reason is - tamoxifen does not stop your body from producing oestregen - but it stops the oestregen from being able to bind with cancer cells, and thus being able to feed them. You can still menstruate on Tamoxifen; I have just started again after a year with none and its heavy too, and monthly, so far anyway. A gynae check is often considered, but after checking hormone blood levels, my onc elected not to do gynae check. When you google, menstruating whilst on Tamoxifen is common, it seems.

     
  6. AfrikaFOKS New Member

    This leaflet answers some common questions about Zoloft. It does not take the place of talking to your doctor or pharmacist. Your doctor has weighed the risks of you taking Zoloft against the benefits it is expected to have for you. Zoloft is used to treat depression and conditions called obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, social phobia (social anxiety disorder) and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). If you have any concerns about taking this medicine, ask your doctor or pharmacist. PMDD affects some women in the days before their period. PMDD is different from premenstrual syndrome (PMS). The mood symptoms (anger, sadness, tension, etc) in PMDD are more severe than in PMS and affect the woman's daily activities and relationships with others. Zoloft belongs to a group of medicines called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). They are thought to work by blocking the uptake of a chemical called serotonin into nerve cells in the brain. Serotonin and other chemicals called amines are involved in controlling mood. Zoloft - FDA Depression Treatment ZOLOFT® sertraline HCl Safety Mg zoloft - Answers on HealthTap
     
  7. DrugRevenue Well-Known Member

    Urine infection UTI symptoms and treatment - NetDoctor Urine infections can be very painful but are easily treatable with antibiotics. Get expert advice on the causes and treatments of urinary tract.

    Dosage for Amoxicillin in treating UTI -Doctors LoungeTM
     
  8. SHOCKER Moderator

    Cialis - WebMD - Better information. Better health. How to use Cialis. Read the Patient Information Leaflet provided by your pharmacist before you start taking tadalafil and each time you get a refill. If you have any questions, ask your doctor or.

    Cialis 20mg film-coated tablets - Patient Information Leaflet PIL.