Active ingredients: leuprolide acetate
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I take Temazepan 30mg. and recently was injected with Lupron because of Prostate cancer. In the morning, I feel sleepy and weak to the point that I lay down and sleep for a couple of hours. During the night I sleep fairly well
Hello everyone. My husband has been fighting Prostrate Cancer for over a year now. He had surgery to remove the prostrate and has been on Lupron for about 6 months. His cancer is very aggressive with a Gleason score of 8 to 9. Yesterday we were told by our primary care physician that his blood work shows he is anemic. We don't have an appointment with City of Hope for another two weeks. Can anyone give me insight as to this situation with anemia. Thank you all so much. I know things and situtations are different for everybody, but I would like to just know what some of you out there have to say about this...Bobbie
Have been administered monthly Lupron shots for 1 and have another year of monthly injections ahead as treatment for prostate cancer. White cells, red cells and platelet counts have been severely suppressed, but not to dangerously low levels, during this time. Genetic testing may have ruled out radiation treatments as the culprits. Could anyone point me in the direction of studies that may have examined such side effects as being attributed to Lupron?
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