Cold feeling effect of Tamoxifen

We have 283 consumer reports for Tamoxifen. Cold feeling effect occurred in 2%.

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Tamoxifen Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 283 reported about Cold feeling

  1. Lola E. Rivera says:
    3.5 rating

    Take Tamoxifen for one and a quarter years, in the first year very good tolerability (no weight gain!). Side effects now set in: previously unknown concentration disorders, sometimes diminishing memory (I am only 48 and very active). No hot flashes, but a much stronger sense of cold, actually freezing constantly. All in all, however, these side effects are so far to tolerate, I think.

  2. Doyle D. Mendoza says:
    2.5 rating

    Tamoxifen for Ormond

    Am male and must take this medicine because of the rare Ormond disease. Side effects Cramps Fatigue Fatigue Constant freezing Problems with the leg nerves, heavy hair growth slower building a male breast, fatigue

    Side effects: Cramps; Cold feeling; Fatigue
  3. Willie B. Alcock says:
    4.5 rating

    Tamoxifen for Breast cancer

    Hot flashes with subsequent cold sensation (very common), weight gain, water retention, concentration and memory disorders, vaginal dryness, vaginal discharge, vaginal fungus, itching in the genital area, brittle fingernails, hair loss, cramps in the feet, carpal tunnel syndrome, nocturnal urination, mild sleep disorders … Me take tamoxifen after a breast surgery (breast cancer) for 4 years and 4 months. The first 3 years additionally Trenantone. I had 36 shots, no chemo. I can live with the side effects pretty well, but I feel like I’m more susceptible to illnesses, I’m always plagued by some nonsense. Since I was almost never ill before my breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 42 and never before in the hospital, so I have my problems with it. My visual impairment has also increased, but since I was already very short-sighted (above -10 dioptres) and my eyes have always worsened steadily, I can not judge whether the now progressive visual impairment is accelerated by the use of tamoxifen. I also have the impression that I have less hair, but since I’m blessed with extremely big and thick hair, I think that’s not so bad ;-). I also occasionally have to deal with mood swings, which at least my friend claims ;-). All in all, I’m fine, I’m continuing my (stressful) job and if tamoxifen helped to extend my life, then it was worth the side effects.

  4. Edith R. Gonzales says:
    5.0 rating

    Tamoxifen for Breast cancer

    First I would like to say that I am still in the treatment with the drug and therefore on the scale only the compatibility can be evaluated. Unfortunately, I had to rate the other to be able to post my experiences here at all. Since taking Tamoxifen I have had the following side effects: Daily moderate to severe headache. Cold outbreaks even in summer temeratures; associated with hot flashes. Vision disorders, joint bone pain, numbness of the feet. Temporary fatigue / tiredness. Lack of concentration and forgetfulness. Fatigue and stomach ache. Sleep disorders.