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Side effects of estrogen blockers
Hi, I'm STARR S N.
I’m 72. Diagnosed with stage 1 bc June 2018. Had partial mastectomy, radiation, and went on letrozole Oct. 2018. Have had weight gain, hair loss, stiffness in morning and mild joint pain, and hot flashes returned since I had to give up the Prempro. I’m dealing with it the best I can and plan to stay the 5 years. I had a mammo and us on the left breast only at 6 months, and a mammo on both b…   Read more…

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