Heat intolerance is reported only by a few people with Breast cancer stage i. We study 1 people who have Heat intolerance and Breast cancer stage i from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Breast cancer stage i can be treated by Arimidex, Tamoxifen citrate, Anastrozole, Femara, Letrozole (latest reports from 1,064 Breast cancer stage i patients)
Heat intolerance (feeling of being overheated) has been reported by people with dizziness, insomnia (latest reports from 210 Heat intolerance patients).
On Sep, 30, 2016
1 person who has Breast Cancer Stage I and Heat Intolerance is studied.
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Hi I started taking straterra last summer. A few months ago I started being really sensitive to heat with little dots popping up on my skin after an intense workout, along with increased sweating. Any body else have these issues and any pointers. Thanks
After chemotherapy with doxorubicin for a malignancy I had heart damage and moderately severe cardiac failure. It is controlled by Bisoprolol fumarate 10mg/day and candesartan cilexitil 16mg/day. I used to tolerate and adjust to heat easily, but now I flush, sweat profusely and feel dizzy ...
Help My name is Loretta and I'm anxious because I went out all day yesterday, and the heat 100 makes me so hot that today I'm in bed all day My knees feel like they are burning, I tried milk. It didn't work. I'm almost shaking.
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