Hair change effect of Femara

We have 132 consumer reports for Femara. Hair change effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Hair change side effect for Femara

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
141.1
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Average height in Ft
5′ 3″
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Average age
68
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Femara Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 132 reported about Hair change

  1. Ruth R. Senger says:
    3.5 rating

    Femara for Breast cancer

    Bone and joint pain, hot flashes, occasionally nausea. The hair has become a little thinner. The Femara has been applied immediately after the chemo and has successfully continued the good started path. The partial remision is continued by the capture of Femara.

  2. Angila A. Santiago says:
    4.5 rating

    Femara for Breast cancer

    For the first six months, except for dry mucous membranes, hot flushes, and sometimes depressive states, I tolerated letrozole relatively well. Meanwhile, I have discomfort with the bones, in knee and hip joints and feet and especially the stiffness in the back, stooping is hardly possible, bother me. Tiredness and slackness as well as changes in the hair structure have also been added. The best is for cycling, which unfortunately is currently possible bad weather conditions. I am not sure if I can continue to participate in sports (currently are holidays).

  3. Linda W. Mears says:
    4.5 rating

    I live well, exercise about 5-7 x / week sport (2 x swimming 1 1/2 hours, 5 x Cardiotrainer -30 min / daily) After taking tamoxifen (2 years) no complaints – apart from hot flashes Femara ingestion now a total of 3 years: after six weeks strong bones and joint pain (very painful handshake, always pain after getting up, for example, a chair, it takes up to a quarter of an hour, until the movement lock dissolves;), mild osteopenia, fibromyalgia-like complaints, (through Sport not controllable); After 2 years of osteopenia and the border with osteoporosis (despite sports!). Recurrent stubborn joint inflammation (currently elbow), thin, brittle hair; decreasing athletic efficiency! Hot flashes (approx. 5-20 x / day)