Sweats effect of Arimidex

We have 113 consumer reports for Arimidex. Sweats effect occurred in 7%.

Patients statistics on Sweats side effect for Arimidex


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Arimidex Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 113 reported about Sweats

  1. Beth D. Olsen says:
    4.5 rating

    Arimidex for Overweight

    After a breast cancer surgery followed by radiotherapy, I take since 6 Mon. Arimidex. In this time I have gained 5 kg, I work on it, which proves to be very difficult. Joint pain that affects the whole body is very strong. Hips, shoulder joints, arms, wrists, feet. In a lecture Prof. Dr.med.Josef Beuth, University of Cologne, presented the natural remedy Equizym = mixture of lentil protein, pineapple, papaya and sodium selenite as a complementary medical remedy that can be used in certain anticancer complaints. For 4 weeks I take 3 tablets daily and after 1 week, the joint symptoms improved significantly. But I still can not expect any heavier loads on my body. I think this is an alternative. The heatwaves and sweats that have been affecting me for 4 years are being treated with the drug venlafaxine, but have strengthened again with the use of Arimidex. Hereby you can live. What else do we have for an alternative?

  2. Gina B. Rhoades says:
    1.0 rating

    Arimidex for Breast cancer

    Constant perspiration, pain in the entire body, especially in the hands, especially the thumb, can barely touch anything, hands are also very swollen. Weight gain, water retention in the joints, fatigue, sleep disorders, irritability, nervousness. I have not taken Arimidex for 1 week now, I am now waiting for symptoms to go down. Which alternative is there?

  3. Anne G. Herrera says:
    4.5 rating

    Arimidex for Breast cancer

    I am taking Arimidex and Zoladex in my 2005 breast cancer surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments. L-thyrox suppose I am thyroid op 2002 without any significant side effects. If taking Arimidex and Zoladex I have sweats – several times a day. The pain in the joints, especially on the feet and fingers, is particularly troublesome, and the hips and knees also cause problems. My skin is showing increasingly blemishes and more impurities than before (especially pitted grains on the face). A weight gain of about 16 kg I can note, but perhaps because of the fact that during the treatment of cancer other things were more important to me than to pay attention to my diet, besides, sweets \\\ are such a good comforter \ \\. This problem is now relativized again, as I try with Weight Watchers to get the problem under control. The decrease is much slower than decreases before therapy. Special interpersonal problems cause the loss of libido – almost completely – besides, I suffer from vaginal dryness and corresponding irritability. Mood swings, listlessness are limited.