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I have secondary breast cancer in my bones and a tumour below my brain that might be sbc - it's too inaccessible to determine what it is. I'm currently taking exemestane, a hormone suppressing drug and denosumab which rebuilds bones. Exemestane gives me pains in joints, particularly hands and feet and spells of fatigue and dizziness but I'm enjoying a more energy filled phase at the moment. I had an MRI scan of my head a couple of weeks ago and will have a bone scan on the 10th with an oncology appointment at the end of the month to find out how things are progressing, or not hopefully.

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Sorry to hear your news and good luck with your treatment. X


Sorry to read of your problems, stay strong, sending you lots of love and hugs xxxxxc


As always it is sad when another person joins this forum, but although I don't contribute very often I have found it very supportive and helpful - so welcome.


Welcome to this forum. I wish you well with your treatment. Do stay in touch.

Sending you healing thoughts.





Hello there, welcome.

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sending all good wishes to you



Thats really tough. Nit heard of it chemotherapy? Keeping my fingers crossed that your scans show it to be stable xx


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