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    How is weight gain associated with Femara?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 7 years 3 answers
    • Connie Herrick Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2011

      I am having problems with belly fat, not necessarily weight gain.

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    • rebekah alkhalifa Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      rebekahalkhalifa@yahoo.com
      Hello...
      I wish you best Compliment of the season,with hope that you are physically and healthly alright,l do believe that this mail will reach in good condition. My name is Rebekah i saw your profile in www.beyondtheshock.com and admire it, i think we can make it...

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      rebekahalkhalifa@yahoo.com
      Hello...
      I wish you best Compliment of the season,with hope that you are physically and healthly alright,l do believe that this mail will reach in good condition. My name is Rebekah i saw your profile in www.beyondtheshock.com and admire it, i think we can make it together, please i would like you to contact me through my email address:( rebekahalkhalifa@yahoo.com ) i will tell you more about myself, also send you my photo,as soon as you contact me back, hopping for your lovely reply soonest,
      Rebekah....

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  • Ryan Nez Profile

    What is HR2 cancer?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    about 7 years 3 answers
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    how long does it usually take to get over surgery from breast cancer if they remove one breast

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    over 3 years 2 answers
    • Sharon Danielson Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2007

      I wS pretty much like Betti. Betti and I also didn't have reconstruction to didn't have expanders to contend with. Expanders are uncomfortable. I never had any post-op pain and never took any pain meds. I was tired for the first couple of days but no discomfort to speak of. I was able to...

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      I wS pretty much like Betti. Betti and I also didn't have reconstruction to didn't have expanders to contend with. Expanders are uncomfortable. I never had any post-op pain and never took any pain meds. I was tired for the first couple of days but no discomfort to speak of. I was able to take care of myself, do the dishes, etc. I really thought it was easy. I started chemo at the 6 week point. . Take care, Sharon

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Everyone heals at different rates. I had a unilateral mastectomy on a Friday and was discharged with 2 drainage tubes. I drove myself to my surgeon's office on Wednesday to see if they could come out. I also walked from her office to the hospital next door to pick up some records. I didn't...

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      Everyone heals at different rates. I had a unilateral mastectomy on a Friday and was discharged with 2 drainage tubes. I drove myself to my surgeon's office on Wednesday to see if they could come out. I also walked from her office to the hospital next door to pick up some records. I didn't have any problems other than I overdressed a little (it was mid Feb) so got pretty warm. I'm one that doesn't like lying around so went out for several short walks numerous times during the day even with the tubes in to keep myself going. I never had a need for any pain pills.

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  • susan trego Profile

    hi I found a white small hard lump on my breast underneath. it has been there for 3 weeks now, im scared to see my doctor, what could the lump be. thanks

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 4 years 8 answers
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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      It can be a lot of things. Please get it checked peace of mind is a wonderful thing. Let us know how it goes.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      You won't know what the lump could be unless you make an appointment and see your doctor. It could be one of many things. Please make an appointment.

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