Just a quick note to say hi!My doctor is a Naturopath, and she told me the herb complex Rhodiola is great for lowering cortisol, also, you might want to try 5HTP, this is a form of L-tryptophane and it helps regulate the cortisol. A good B vitamin complex would also be beneficial. Some of this I can not take as I have lots of sensitivities to things, but for most, they really do help.
Just a quick note, if you want an answwer to your post regarding going off Tamoxifen for a period of time from the Cleveland Clinic Physicians you need to post on the "Expert Forum". There are a couple "out of the country" Dr.s that answer on the Community but the experts on on the other forum. Thanks..
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