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@sandyjr, I had stage 1 invasive ductal cancer in 2017. Like you I had a lumpectomy and radiation. I took Anastrozole for a year and a half, and finally had to stop because of painful and other very troublesome side effects. I tried Exemestane next, and it was better, but still i was having uncomfortable side effects. I'm now taking Tamoxifen. Still side effects, but fewer. I'm interested to know what your side effects were with Tamoxifen.

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Gee, that was a long time ago. I remember the body aches. It was not real painful, but sometimes annoying. It was more an ache than pain. I just figured that if I was having side effects, it meant the medicine was working. Like I said, I walked a lot and still do and I really think that is the key.

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