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Would you have Breast cancer when you have Blepharitis?

Summary: there is no Breast cancer reported by people with Blepharitis yet. We study people who have Breast cancer and Blepharitis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.

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Blepharitis (chronic inflammation of the eyelid) can be treated by Doxycycline Hyclate. (latest reports from 1,468 Blepharitis patients)

Breast cancer

Breast cancer has been reported by people with hormone replacement therapy, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, menopausal symptoms, osteoporosis. (latest reports from 77,363 Breast cancer patients)

On May, 22, 2015: No report is found.

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  • jcolville on Mar, 2, 2015:

    My aunt had endometriosis. I know she was given lupron. Not sure how many rounds. I know she ended up having a hysterectomy (total) and started HRT. She waa diagnosed with breaat cancer quickly (maybe 1-6 months). I really dont know. i know my mom told me HRT

    but she said the dr said happened very quickly

    And think may have had before. But we dont know.

    I took lupron in 2006 for endometriosis. I had severe, adverse reactions the very next day. I was in agony. My bones and pelvic abdominal pain was the worst in my life. My BP was aky high and went to ER twice. I also had a seizure and fainted. I did end up having hysterectomy in 2013. I kept ovaries because my mom told me my aunt got cancer from HRT. My mom doesnt have endo but my aunt did. She passed away in 2010. I am learning contrary to what drs have told me. Other women suffer from bone/joint/muscle pain, migraines. What if lupron is what caused my aunt's breast cancer? Its a truly evil drug but if it causes cancer than maybe they will finally ban it. Give us poisoned a diagnosis. But make sure no more have to suffer


    littleone on Feb, 25, 2015:

    i was on the lupron shot for my fibroids to keep them from growing so i could have children. i was also Diagnosed with Endometriosis at 28 with fibroids. two months after taking the shot for 6 months, i was Diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. it went into my lymohonds then after my chemo and hysterectomy then the cancer was a triple negative. could the lupron shot cause my breast cancer? i do not have the brac 1 or 2 gene. i start my period when i was 11.


    well365 on Dec, 10, 2012:

    I took revlimid for myeloma for 6 months, at 6 months my mammogram showed one mass, the sonogram showed a second. Both are now removed and I am about to have radiation treatment. Revlimid does have a risk of secondary cancers. I would really appreciate knowing if anyone else experienced something similar with revlimid.

    Thank you


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