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Reply: Onco-type DX Test
How are you doing now? I was just given a oncotype score of 20 and deciding whether to do the chemo. I...More
Posted by beachgirl2016
Reply: Needing a "ride"
She sure is...And so are we! Look for us as we will all be aboard for you!! And then do let u know your GOOD...More
Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
Posted by rachael67
Does this sound cancerous?
I have a spot on my breast about an inch from my nipple. It's been there for about a week. It seemed like a...More
Posted by An_259425
Reply: Help making a decision
did you have any side affects from tamoxifen bleeding? my dr. has mentioned hysterectomy to me recentlyMore
Posted by 1dustybanjo
Reply: Breast Cancer in a 9 year old?
Please Mom, get a little sleep tonight...The chances that your daughter has breast cancer are very, very...More
Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
Posted by rachael67
No chance for a second opinion to reassure you? Most insurances not only cover that but encourage them. ...More
Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
Posted by rachael67
joint pain
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Reply: non-chemo non-radiation treatment (medications dev...
people in vn generally don't have insurance like we do here. She sold her house, fighting for her life. Very sad
Posted by mienvan
Reply: Architectural Distortion + Microcalcifications - H...
Good luck with your surgery. We will be sending you tons of good thoughts and thank you for keeping us posted!...More
Posted by jenna291
stage 4 breast cancer her 2 pos. est and pro. neg
I was diagnosed in 2012 with stage 2 in left breast. had bilateral mastectomy and reconstruction. followed by...More
Posted by An_259364
Expander in left Breast
Hi everyone I am new to this community was diagnosis with breast Cancer in left breast and caught it early...More
Posted by dee5457
second mastectomy
Hello. I recently had my second mastectomy' . The first time in 1993. Looking at chemo again. I am 61.
Posted by marjorielynne
Reply: Tram Flap reconstruction - bilateral
My surgery was unilateral....could not figure out how to edit the original post...
Posted by michellek44
Reply: architectural distortion - scared
Hi I was diagnosed seven years with breast cancer. I had a mastectomy and did chemo and herceptin. Last...More
Posted by rgriffin8228
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
Posted by loma2014
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
Posted by wendymreid
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
Posted by jenna291
Reply: Possible distortion
Many entities can cause architectural distortion 1,4 In practice the most common are surgery and potentially...More
Posted by sam1985
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
Posted by sam1985
Reply: Implants vs. Tram Flap reconstruction
Breast reconstruction with flap surgery is the most complex breast reconstructive option. Your surgeon...More
Posted by sam1985
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
Posted by cancer47
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
Posted by johnsmith1
Reply: Kadcyla Questions
Hey Mark, You should join the discussions on the Breast Cancer forum, ...More
Posted by johnsmith1
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
Posted by ibtee
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
Posted by lukeperry
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
Posted by jenna291
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
Posted by lennypie
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
Posted by barbara_musser

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  • Sex? What's that, other than a distant memory?
  • My libido has gone away and I need help.
  • Things have gotten better.
  • No impact.
  • I want to be sexual but it's painful and I don't know what to do.
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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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