Tamoxifen

Last Update February 13, 2016
Other brands: Nolvadex, Soltamox, Valodex
Tamoxifen is used for hormone-dependent types of breast cancer. It works by blocking the effect of estrogen in the body and thus stopping the growth of cancer cells that possess th...
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Does Tamoxifen cause Joint Pain?

#2 in Tamoxifen discussions - 7,444 posts discuss Joint Pain with Tamoxifen. Joint Pain is #2 concern in Tamoxifen discussions.

Does Tamoxifen cause Joint Pain?

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having really bad joint pain on tamoxifen and then switched...
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" ...femara. I was also having really bad joint pain on tamoxifen and then switched to ...Unfortunately, arimidex made the joint pain worse. Femara is... "

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way more joint pain then on tamoxifen. Funny how all these...
| community.breastcancer.org
" ...to femara next. I feel horrible in this drug. Vertigo and way more joint pain then on tamoxifen. Funny how all these drugs... "

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been off of tamoxifen for a month now and the joint pain is...
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" OK, I have been off of tamoxifen for a month now and the joint pain is no better, someone please tell me that it... "

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did cause me more joint pain and intense achiness,...
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" Tamoxifen did cause me more joint pain and intense achiness, but I didn't bump into things.....so don't have an apples to apples experience comparison.... "

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then the joint pain on the tamoxifen keeps getting worse....
" Me too! I've been suffering from hair loss for about 6 months. My hair line totally receded about an inch. And then the joint pain on the tamoxifen keeps getting worse. I still need to... "

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amox for 18 months and have terrible joint pain also. All I...
| www.breastcancercare.org.uk
" Hi Kate, I have been on Tamox for 18 months and have terrible joint pain also. All I can advise ...find that as soon as I stop moving, the joint pain is worse and I seize up. Good luck in finding... "

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with Tamoxifen in October, I had joint pain. I stopped...
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" ...am 49. When I started with Tamoxifen in October, I had joint pain. I stopped Tamoxifen for other reasons and made ...funny thing is: I have joint pain from radiation, but my doctor ...tends to think it's... "

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tamoxifen for two years and yes, I did have joint pain that...
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" I took tamoxifen for two years and yes, I did have joint pain that got progressively worse.... "

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e past week I have been suffering with alot of joint pain a...
| www.breastcancercare.org.uk
" ...I stopped Tamoxifen end of May beginning of June after being on it for 5 years. For the past week I have been suffering with alot of joint pain... "

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the joint pain is much worse on this drug than the tamoxifen
| www.topix.com
" ...Florida and have to wear a sweater all the time. Especially my hands and feet. Also, the joint pain is much worse on this drug than the tamoxifen... "

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