Vaginal Yeast Infections And Itching Down Below

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Nelly Says:
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I'm nearly 5 years in from my breast cancer diagnosis... I was 34 I'm now 39 and at the end of October it will be 5 years clear! My issue is I've had no side effects apart from slight weight gain and bad skin or skin changes, I've ended up with hyper pigmentation which I'd never had before not even during pregnancies but my worst side effect by far has only been affecting me for the last year and a half but it's pretty much constant uncomfortable feeling down below like when you have thrush, it's itchy and annoying but also lots of discharge much more than normal... I've been advised to stay on it until 2029!!! But I don't think I can, my oncologist said have a break and go back to it which I did and as soon as I stopped the thrush symptoms stopped and now they're back again 2 weeks after restarting tamoxifen! I want to stop but if I do and cancer comes back can I live with myself?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Nelly! How are you?

Those can be normal side effects of this medication, as reported by the FDA, you may also experience spotting, irritability, and trouble sleeping.

Have you tried any topical products to see if they help relieve the itching? Always check with your doctor, before using such things, but there should be something you can use to help, so you aren't so miserable.

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Lucia Says:

I have been suffering from a toilet infection and had applied Canesten cream, but am still fighting with the symptoms of an infection. Please advise what other medications I can use to treat my condition?

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