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    FAITH45 posted:
    I never thought at the age of 45, I would be taking a medication to prevent the return of BC. I'm taking Tamoxifen and I'm tearful not sure why...don't think it's depression...but I'm not sure.
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    cancer47 responded:
    Everything your feeling is normal we all have felt this same way. You'll get thru this but keep in mind that the tamoxifen may make these feelings stronger. Talk with your doctor and about these items and see what he or she says.
     
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    jenna291 replied to cancer47's response:
    Faith, I know what you mean, I think it's a fear we all share. I had and sometimes still have a lot of anxiety worrying about the return of bc, but try really hard to focus in more positive directions. Know you are certainly not alone and I agree with cancer 47, speak with your doctor for suggestions on managing these feelings. I am in a support group with 8 wonderful women who have all been thru this and it helps to share experiences with others.
    blessings to you ~
    Jenna
     
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