Letrozole

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What is Letrozole?

Femara 2.5 mg Tab
Drug Name: LETROZOLE - ORAL
Other Brand Names: Femara
Uses: This medication is used to treat certain types of breast cancer (such as hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer) in women after menopause. Letrozole is also used to help prevent the cancer from returning. Some breast cancers are made to grow faster by a natural hormone called estrogen. Letrozole decreases the amount of estrogen the body makes and helps to slow or reverse the growth of these breast cancers. Letrozole is usually not used in women of childbearing age.
Posts on Letrozole (27)
HI everyone. A friend of mine is a breast cancer survivor and the Dr has recomemded a drug ...
ive been on letrozole for 7 months and nothing, and what makes it even harder is i havent h...
I have been on letrozole for 5 months now and nothing.I had a miscarriage in march and have...
Here goes!! We have wanted to conceive for about 9 yrs now. I have one 10 yr old son...NO p...
This is our first time doing IUI so I am full of questions. Prior to this I have used OPK's...
so im on letrozol 2.5 now d3-7 ..i start gonal f 50 on friday evening then US on monday to ...
This is my first letrozole cycle, and I cannot believe how much more expensive it is than C...
I am 29 years old, and have 2 beautiful girls ages 6 and 5. After I had my second daughter,...
Hi, I am 41, trying for a second baby. It took 2 years and a miscarriage before my daug...
I will be 41 next month. Trying to conceive past four years, five IUIs, two without drugs, ...
Journals about Letrozole(3)
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by Sobie, Oct 21, 2010 - 3 Comments
All went well yesturday. He told me that he drillied 20 wholes and that he blast my...
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by SeattleRed, Aug 21, 2008
My RE suggested I take my Let. at night to further minimize the chances for any side e...
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by momofbee, Apr 19, 2008
I am dying to test. I will not do it until this coming up Thursday, day 28. I have b...
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