Zytiga

Last Update February 4, 2016
Other brands: abiraterone
Abiraterone (trade name Zytiga) is a drug used in castration-resistant prostate cancer (formerly hormone-resistant or hormone-re...
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Does Zytiga cause Bone Pain?

#3 in Zytiga discussions - 74 posts discuss Bone Pain with Zytiga. Bone Pain is #3 concern in Zytiga discussions.

Does Zytiga cause Bone Pain?

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a has surprisingly relieved much of the bone pain over...
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" ...loss of control with Zytiga Hi All My leg muscles have become extremely weak to the point that I can barely make to the bathroom. The deterioration of this loss of strength has come very suddenly... "

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January and by the 3rd week I noticed that my bone pain h...
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" ...age of 50. I was placed on Casodex, Lupron and Xgeva immediately, ...Lupron within 6 months. I was put on Zytiga in January and by the 3rd week I noticed that my bone pain has practically gone away. I... "

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anuary and by the 3rd week I noticed that my bone pain has...
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" ...age of 50. I was placed on Casodex, Lupron and Xgeva immediately, ...Lupron within 6 months. I was put on Zytiga in January and by the 3rd week I noticed that my bone pain has practically gone away. I... "

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have been on Zytiga for two months. The constant bone pain...
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" I have been on Zytiga for two months. The constant bone pain went away during the first week of treatment. My PSA dropped from way over ...90s in 50 days. Life is so normal now, that it is scary; i fear... "

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me bone pain. So maybe the other two can work with Zytiga
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" ...all three, currently on Zometa. XGiva was starting to give me bone pain. So maybe the other two can work... "

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husband had a great response on the zytiga it lowered his...
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" My husband had a great response on the zytiga it lowered his psa for 7 months no side effects at all but it didn't stop his bone pain:( he is MCRPC GLEASON... "

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hemo. He has been on Zytiga and it worked for about six m...
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" ...not an option. He is on Lupron and now chemo. He has been on Zytiga and it worked for about six months. Then he went on Xtandi in May and we ...him on chemo. He has extreme bone pain, but the cancer... "

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hemo. He has been on Zytiga and it worked for about six m...
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" ...not an option. He is on Lupron and now chemo. He has been on Zytiga and it worked for about six months. Then he went on Xtandi in May and we ...him on chemo. He has extreme bone pain, but the cancer... "

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one will show. He was on Zytiga for two months, Sept. and...
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" My husband has been on Xtandi since November. His PSA has stayed around .2 ...quickly, and now he has such bone ache he has a hard time ...one will show. He was on Zytiga for two months, Sept. and... "

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the feeling of not having bone pain and seeing the PSA drop...
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" Mel, I had hot flashes that were tolerable, but wild mood swings and ...the feeling of not having bone pain and seeing the PSA drop ...started rising. So I may be moving on to Zytig... "

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