Lichen planus is found among people with Breast cancer, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, take medication Aromasin and have Adrenal insufficiency. We study 15 people who have Lichen planus and Breast cancer 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 can be treated by Arimidex, Tamoxifen citrate, Femara, Letrozole, Aromasin (latest reports from 105,499 Breast cancer patients)
Lichen planus (an inflammatory skin condition, characterized by an itchy, non-infectious rash) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood cholesterol, depression (latest reports from 1,745 Lichen planus patients).
On Oct, 21, 2016
15 people who have Breast Cancer and Lichen Planus are studied.
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I've been diagnosed with Lichen Planus after a month of having the rash - at first I thought I was multiple bug bites but after seeing a doctor and being diagnosed the idea is that oral contraceptive has caused the onset of lichen planus. Ive been prescribed an array of creams and also a tablet to take daily (Fexofenadine 120mg) recently, my family has discovered that the maximum dosage for this tablet is 180mg so I stepped up to 1,5 pills a day which cleared the skin condition almost instantly however after two days of full dosage I cut back to to 1 a day and have since been experiencing bad stomach cramps and the constant feeling of nausea and slight dizziness. I was wondering if anyone has previously/is also finding this.
The list of conditions and medications is not complete. I feel my immune system is very compromised and want some ideas on how to increase my immunity. I exercise on a regular basis, walk nearly every day, am trying to eat better, take vitamins etc, don't smoke or drink, go to doc and take their ...
I am curious to know if others had Lichen Planus prior to learning of their RA or if it was the other way around? Did your doctor or dentist make a connection? And are RA flare-ups associated with the mouth ulcers also getting worse for anyone else?
My oncologist just prescribed Anastrozole. I was taking Tamoxifen before but my breast cancer came back. I had chemo and radiation and lost my hair with the chemo. My hair is finally coming back. Am I going to lose it again when I start taking Anastrozole?? I dont want to be bald again.
I started on Letrozole to shrink my breast cancer tumor. It worked for while, then I had the tumor removed. I said no to chemo and radiation. My oncologist recommends that I stay on this evil drug for at least 5+ years. I can barely tolerate the many side effects from this drug. My surgery was 4 ...
I've been diagnosed with Lichen Planus after a month of having the rash - at first I thought I was multiple bug bites but after seeing a doctor and being diagnosed the idea is that oral contraceptive has caused the onset of lichen planus. Ive been prescribed an array of creams and also a tablet ...
I'm really struggling with side effects of Femara. I have pain in thumbs and constant pins and needles in my fingers and hands. Woke up this morning with bent over fingers. I can't sleep and have pain in my thighs I need help
Hello I had been taking trazadone and cyproheptadine for 3 years when I was diagnosed with Stage 2b breast cancer. I had no idea there could be a link until just now. I would love to hear more about your experiences. Thank you Deanna Scott
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