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light blue triangle steroid pill

this is a very small lt blue pill in the shape of a triangle. it is a steroid. what is it called. ## I found the same unmark small blue triangle pill in my husbands pants pocket while doing laundry .He has been acting very funny.Mood swings fine one min next thing he is a diffrent person . He can back from Honduars. It's like it's not even him do anyone knows what kind of pill it is. It has no markings no code .Can anyone help me to find out what it is. ## It's likely 1mg arimidex made by a company called GP used by steroid users to block the testosterone aromatizing into estrogen. You take 1 per day or every other day to avoid gynecomastia they would be light blue. 1mm thick and 3-4mm per side Im theweeninjaguy on muscletalk.co.uk ## Could also be Russian blue heart anabol....

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Arimidex and cancer

I am about to start this tablet after breast cancer and radio I am really worried about it all and the different types of it! Need some advice ## Hello, Gaye! How are you? I'm very sorry about the cancer and I understand your concerns. The FDA lists its most common side effects as possibly including hot flashes, weakness, joint pain, sore throat, headache, depression and high blood pressure. It lowers estrogen levels and some breast tumors need it to grow. It's generally only prescribed for post-menopausal women. What are your specific concerns? Perhaps I can address them better, if you are more specific.

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tablet with dx on one side and blank on the other side

the pill is a small round white tablet with dx marked on one side and nothing on the other side this pill is about 1cm across ## Hi mike, The closest match I've been able to find is Arimidex (1 mg)- which contains the main ingredient anastrozole; it's a small, white, and round pill with the imprint Adx on the front and an A with an arrow pointing downwards (which is part of the A) on the back. It's kind of a hard imprint to describe... also, the imprints don't seem to have been stamped into the pill very deeply so maybe some of them got rubbed/smudged off at some point? Manufacturer: AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 00310-0201 Anastrozole (marketed under the trade name Arimidex by AstraZeneca) is an aromatase-inhibiting drug approved for treatment of...

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pain meds for cancer

I we was diagnosed with breast cancer 4 years ago, her2 positive. I went thru chemo,radiation and hercepton treatments. I was put on arimidex daily and the side effect is constant back pain. I'm on medcare (obamacare) and see my oncologist once a year. I occasionally take my husbands 10/325 hydros (he"s had 5 back surgerys) and they definatly work (2 or 3 on a bad day). I have medicade,does anyone know of a Dr in Vegas that will prescribe these? Thank you for any help ## Hello, Valerie! How are you? Have you consulted your doctor about this issue? Arimidex can also cause bone fractures, so you need to have this checked out to be certain of what's going on.

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remadex

high estrogen ## Hello, Are you referring to Armidex? If so, my research tells me that Arimidex (the brand name for the main ingredient Anastrozole) is an aromatase inhibitor that helps prevent the production of estrogen, a hormone that fuels many breast cancer tumors. Aromatase inhibitors can block the enzyme aromatase, a substance that helps your body tissues produce estrogen. Arimidex is considered a hormonal treatment, and can help prevent recurrence (return) of breast cancer. Possible side effects (patients with early stage breast cancer have reported these symptoms): -hot flashes -joint pain -weakness -mood swings -sore throat -nausea and vomiting -depression -high blood pressure -osteoporosis (bone thinning) -swelling of arms and/or legs -headache You can learn more about this dr...

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justfication of taking tab arimidex-1mg after total mastectomy

I had mastectomy of my left breast on 19/11/2007 & since than taking daily 1 tab daily which had to be continued till 18/11/2012 as prescribed. After that American research centre group advice me to take nolvadex tab instead of taking arimedex. But my treating doctor knowing this, differ's opinion & continues treatment with arimidex. In the meantime i am going quite ok ,only other than body hot flashes & mild pain. Question is which medicine would have been more effective & justified ? After stoping the medicine what will be the next/future management after completion of 5 years duration of present treatment.

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Arimidex used for growth treatment in adolesence

this drug has recently been prescribed to aid in my adolesence growth. he is below the average height for a 12 year old - I was told this is experimental for bone fusion as he goes through puberty - any comments - please on side effects - success etc. ## How is your son doing on the treatment? Is he still on it--is he also taking GH? My son was just prescribed the pill for the same reason. No GH prescribed. He is 13. ## Hey my son has also been prescribed the medication he is 5 foot four and is 15 ## My son has been on Arimidex for 8 months now. he is 13 with bone age of 15. he is having terrible bone pain, insomnia and irritability. Anyone else having these symptoms. Any input greatly appreciated. ## I have never heard or arimidex being used to aide in the growth of undersized children...

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rimadex

what are the side effects of rimadex & how successful is it ? ## Arimidex contains the active ingredient Anastrozole, it is usually used after breast cancer surgery or to treat Mestases. Side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness and bone fractures. As with any medication, it has been helpful to some that have used it, but none are helpful for everyone. Read more: Has anyone used this medication?

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SIDE EFFECTS

I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM OTHER USERS OF ARIMIDEX ABOUT THEIR PERSONAL EXPERIENCE. IE BONE PAIN AND HOT FLASHES OR ANY OTHER RELATED SIDE EFFECTS WHAT ARE THEIR EXPERIENCES? ## What have you done to relieve the bone pain. I was started on Femara and it is worse. My legs ache no swelling and heat or ice doesnt help or anti-inflamatories. Tylenol seems best. ## I've been experiencing leg pain, bone and muscle for about two weeks. I have an appt. tomorrow to discuss with my oncologist. ## I've been taking Arimidex for 4 years and a half. Side effects: Hair got thinner, muscle pain, lost of appetite some days. At first I complained to my oncologist and asked him, if I was his wife, would he prescribed it? He said no doubt about it, you have between 5 to 6% chance of not having cance...

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SIDE EFFECTS

ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS WHEN TAKING MEDICATION ## Yes, every medication has side effects, from Tylenol to Narcotics. Arimidex Info Click Here ## You got that right! However, not all people experience side effects. For example, I cannot take NSAIDS because I get an almost immediate stomach bleed, but my other siblings have absolutely no side effects to them at all. Were you thinking of a particular medication and possible side effects?

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Taking Arimidex

I have recently had a lumpectomy and pathology later found it to be negative. I was in state 0-1. The oncologist prescribed this drug but after reading all the side effects I don't think I'll be taking it. The power percentage (very minimum) of this drug to curtail any other tumor is less than .5% for me. I already have diabetes and suffer some muscle pain because of the med I take. The price also is a very big burden.

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