Mucosal dryness effect of Tamoxifen

We have 283 consumer reports for Tamoxifen. Mucosal dryness effect occurred in 6%.

Patients statistics on Mucosal dryness side effect for Tamoxifen

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
151.14
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Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
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Average age
57
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Tamoxifen Circle Diagram 18 consumers of 283 reported about Mucosal dryness

  1. Marilyn J. Harmon says:
    4.0 rating

    Tamoxifen for Breast cancer

    Due to the brood cancer diagnosed in May 2014, therapy with tamoxifen has been taking place for 3 weeks. 20mg of tamoxifen every day for four days. I then had psychotic relapses with loss of control and massive fears. On the advice of the treating gynecologist, I discontinued the drug and the symptoms described disappeared. Now I have been taking tamoxifen for a few days now; but lower doses, 10 mg daily. Since then, I’ve had the many side effects: lack of concentration, headache, diffuse weakness, dry mucous membranes … I want to continue the therapy and currently have the feeling that it is good for me to be able to take action against the cancer. I try to be physically active every day. But enough strength and I counteract the side effects. I have low body weight. The dose should be sufficient. Does anyone have experience with the low dosage?

  2. Lashawn M. Russell says:
    2.5 rating

    Tamoxifen for Breast cancer

    Side effects of tamoxifen: hot flashes nothing else. Effects of Femara: Hot flashes less than tamoxifen. Joint pain, dehydration of the mucous membranes, loss of libido, tachycardia, frequent urination. For 5 years I took Tamoxifen, since autumn 2007 I take Femara. For about 2 months I have muscle pain in the shoulder area and strong muscle pain in the right upper arm. My GP sent me to X-ray and told me to do a scan now. Can someone tell me how long I can and should take Femara and if I can not sell it?