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  • Re: How are people with liver mets doing?

    Well ladies, after a hiatus (mostly) from this site, it’s time for an update. Although honestly, I’m still mulling over options and all my data points aren’t in yet. I started Enhertu last June after…
  • Re: Are you currently (or have you been) in a Clinical Trial?

    smallmoments, It could be that the fulvestrant is starting to crap out, there are reports that post-CDK4,6i, fulvestrant is much weaker, they see a large drop in efficiency as monotherapy compared to…
  • Re: Bone Mets Thread

    I had a bone scan yesterday and although it's the first one in over a year, I expected it to say "stable" as in previous reports. Wrong. I have new bone mets in every part of my spine, my s…
  • Re: Bone Mets Thread

    @jodyj I am pretty new to MBC, having been diagnosed in March of this year. I've never had the need to call the cancer center before. I guess I'm shocked as each report showed good improvement, until…
  • Re: Bone Mets Thread

    I'm there in your corner, Laurel. We can definitely cheer each other on. And sf-cakes, thank you so much for your caring words and support. They mean a lot. I'm so glad I've begun to get over my fear…
  • Re: Bone Mets Thread

    I'm sending love and support to you both, Jody and Laurel. I hope that you can rest this weekend (with whatever meds you need), get hugs from any loved ones who might be near, and that there are good…
  • Re: Lobular Sucks!

    Ninaca, it's good to hear that you're on an upswing. I've come across your posts before when searching for information about lobular disease and abdominal symptoms. At the time, I was too emotionally…
  • Re: Lobular Sucks!

    Claire, your story touches me, and I'm sorry for all that you're dealing with right now. My lobular cancer was de novo, not a recurrence, but I remember the surreal hours and days that followed the M…
  • Re: Pain in lumpectomy site years later

    Thank you posting all your stories. I had a lumpectomy with removal of three lymph nodes in December 2021. Follow-up radiation and tamoxifen since April 2022. No pain from surgical site until a month…
  • Re: Tamoxifen Side Effects

    I’m 42 and I was diagnosed a few weeks ago. Started the Tamoxifen about 2 weeks ago and so far extreme nausea at times, fatigue and dizziness. I had a hysterectomy in 2015 so no menstrual issues.