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Unread 07-23-2003, 10:45 AM
Hormones and Breast Cancer

Interesting page. Thanks for posting.

What I want to know -- and what no one seems to know -- is what the 50% who don't recur are doing differently. Are there diet and lifestyle changes? Supplement additions? Is it just luck of the draw?

It is a shame that hospitals don't have the funds to follow patients to attach some sort of helpful information to recurring vs. non-recurring patients. Unless a pharma company can make money off a pill, no study will ever be done. All doctors can evaluate is chemo success. Sigh.
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Unread 07-23-2003, 10:53 AM
Hormones and Breast Cancer

Great info here. Audrey, so glad you escaped tragedy. Thank you for the black kohosh and hormone free meat and pesticide info. Siren- that is a heavy sigh on that study that needs to be done.
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Unread 07-23-2003, 11:29 AM
SusiQ

What about HRT is of such great benefit to you? Having a sister with breast cancer who is estrogen positive would make me VERY leery of taking hormones at all. And your doctor is prescribing a high dose. Some place I heard that 0.625 Premarin that I was taking was the average / most prescribed dosage. You're on 1.25 and may be going up to 2.5?

I was nearing 56 when I stopped taking Premarin "cold turkey" last November after the DCIS diagnosis. Only menopausal symptom was about two months of night sweats and sleep being upset a little. Nothing more.

I would be concerned about it. Good luck.

Mary D.
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Unread 07-25-2003, 10:58 AM
Hormones and Breast Cancer

Hi Susan,

I too suffer from migraines after stopping HRT. I had a SAH/BSO in April 2001, was using an estorgen patch and Prometrium, I had to stop all HRT three months ago because of breast cancer and the migraines came back with a vengance. My neurologist has started me on Inderal which is a beta blocker and that is at least given me some relief from the migraines. See if your Dr. will give it a try. Good luck

Barbara
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