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Reply: Tram Flap reconstruction - bilateral
My surgery was unilateral....could not figure out how to edit the original post...
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Reply: architectural distortion - scared
Hi I was diagnosed seven years with breast cancer. I had a mastectomy and did chemo and herceptin. Last...More
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LCIS- Tamoxifen Life insurance
Hi, I am a healthy 50 year old. in 2009 I was diagnosed with LCIS, I had an incision biopsy and follow up with...More
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Rogaine
This does not really work well for post-chemo hair.
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Reply: post mastectomy depression
feel exactly the same i dont know why i cant move on im really trying but cant seem to stop the depression More
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Reply: Architectural Distortion + Microcalcifications - H...
I have to be positive an wait for results but it's almost impossible. The biopsy was really painful and I...More
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Reply: Arimidex and muscle cramps/pain
Sometimes no matter what I do I get the leg cramps, but the toe cramps are the worse. I do take calcium and...More
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Reply: Possible distortion
Many entities can cause architectural distortion 1,4 In practice the most common are surgery and potentially...More
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Reply: Tram Flap - worst experience of my life.
You may be tired and sore for a few weeks after your surgery. Your doctor can prescribe medication to control...More
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Reply: Implants vs. Tram Flap reconstruction
Breast reconstruction with flap surgery is the most complex breast reconstructive option. Your surgeon...More
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Reply: Help making a decision
I had a hysterectomy at 47 because I was ER and PR positive stage 2B. I was told it was a good idea. That was...More
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Reply: Surgery Completed and the game is on
Go Go Go. Lay in the sun and have a load of fun. These next few months are not easy and having something...More
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Reply: Breast Papillomas
It's been a few weeks since you posted this question, but figured I'd chime in. Despite the papillomas being...More
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Reply: Kadcyla Questions
Hey Mark, You should join the discussions on the Breast Cancer forum, https://community.breastcancer.org ...More
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Reply: I need a biopsy and scared
Your doctor may recommend a bone marrow biopsy if an abnormality is detected in your blood or if your doctor...More
Posted by sam1985
Surgery Completed and the game is on
I had a lumpectomy 6/23 and will be seeing the medical oncologist 8/5 about chemo, to be followed by radiation. I...More
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Reply: Too Many Cancer Surprises at Once
Hey Guy's, (my grandmother would say,"hey is for horses." I'm sorry I didn't get back sooner, but I'm having...More
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Reply: Here comes the spam again
Hi Rachael, I will continue to pop in from time to time to see if I can help in any way possible, but I am so...More
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Reply: Natural Remedies?
Me too. I read the link koosty attached and it is very compelling. Why isn't this bigger news? She apparently...More
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Intimacy and Sexuality and Breast Cancer
I am a 25 year breast cancer survivor (hooray!) and sex educator. I'm interested in talking about the...More
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Reply: Are or Can Enemas Related to Depression ?
There are few physicians who post to this forum. I'm not a physician, although I've been in health care...More
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Reply: pain in my left breast need help
Hi cindylu, checking on an update as we haven't heard back from you?More
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Reply: Support for my sister...
HI Susie, Luke has said it all so perfectly - call your sister, she will be glad you did! She will need as...More
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News On BRCA and Lung Cancer
I just saw this report: ...More
Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
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Reply: Armidex and muscle cramps
The leg cramping and discomfort do seem to lessen with time. I have issues on occasion but much less than in...More
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Reply: MODS!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hi everyone, We are working on a fix for the spam that is popping up across the communities and hope to...More
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Reply: do I need my meds?
Since every person's diagnosis and symptoms are different, I would discuss this as soon as possible with your...More
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Reply: Radiation Side Effects?
I also found a sports bra, larger than what you would normally wear to allow for swelling, much more...More
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Reply: Tamoxifen after bilateral mastectomy
My first suggestion would be for you to type in Tamoxifen to the "Search This Community" box on the upper...More
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Reply: 2nd Breast Cancer Scare
NaLuk, It took some searching in "Search This Community" to locate the explanation of the Pink Bus...(There...More
Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
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I had breast cancer surgery on right side just below my breast 2.2 cm part since 2001. It also removed 21 nodes my armpit to protect cancer ... More
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