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Radiation causing lung damage

Breast Cancer | Last Active: Dec 19, 2023 | Replies (6)

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I say hold off on reconstruction at this time. Operations are very hard on the body and reconstruction is just one more operation. I don’t know where you live, but if I were you, I would make an appointment with a holistic chiropractor immediately. I was on Metrazol for five years. I knew it could cause osteoporosis. What I did not know was that Lyrica and the statins I was on could also cause osteoporosis. So now I have osteoporosis and I refuse to take Prolia. I went to see a holistic chiropractor and told him I wanted to get off Lyrica immediately, even though in the past, it made my peripheral neuropathy symptoms come back within five days. he put me on a big vitamin complex and a liquid glutathione. I haven’t had symptoms for seven months and I’m feeling great. He is addressing my osteoporosis by natural means, and I am hoping they too will work. Remember, your body will tell you when somethings wrong, and if somethings working . Listen to your body and read everything you can on your issues. Don’t let doctors make all your decisions for you. You must be an equal

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Sorry, Siri has her limitations. It was a letrozole. I was on for breast cancer. And my doctor prescribed a B vitamin complex.

When I want to know something, I seek out an expert - one with serious credentials including research capability. I would be wary of marketing aspects of "holistic chiropractor".
Regarding Prolia, I have been on it for 7 years - advised by an Endocrinologist at the time since I was reluctant.
The institution that did my recent bone density test suggested I consider (after due clinical correlation) changing to Fosamax to lock in results. I asked my Primary Care Physician what he thought, and he replied that he did not have the expert knowledge to advise me and said I should see an Endocrinologist. I had a consult with a Mayo Endocrinologist, and he recommended I continue on Prolia for another 5 years (Mayo has women on Prolia for 12 years, they see a lot of women with breast cancer and Prolia seems to have an anti-bone tumor property). I have lung cancer, so that was really a good piece of information for me. I am grateful to my primary care doctor to send me where I would get the greatest expertise.