Is Vaginal yness Due To Chemopause Dangerous And How Can A Survivor Cope Margileth
gt;gt;gt;DR. JAY HARNESS: One of the most difficultlongterm compliions of breast cancer and subsequently chemotherapy, especiallypremenopausalwomen are the sexual side effects. And I hope that some day we can have some modality thatreverses those because they can really be a major impact on the woman's life longterm. Many of the chemotherapies are toxic to theovaries and pushing young women into menopause with effects on heart, bone, vaginal yness.There are a number of lubricants that we recommend â€“ Replens, KY etc. that are helpful atleast from the vaginal yness point of view. One of the huge controversies of breast cancerin the last 30 or 40 years has been the question
â€˜is it ever safe to administer supplementalestrogena woman who has had a history of breast canceré' The data is mostly neutral but there are acouple of recent studies from Scandinavia that would indie that that approach mightbe harmful. Many times it becomes a quality of life issue. If a woman is ten years outfrom a breast cancer, might have had a triple negative breast cancer, and is having majorissues with sexual side effects, I am not matic and at some point a trial of estrogenis reasonable and if that works really well, take whatever minimal risk there may be atthat point and continue on the estrogen.
Shortly after breast cancer therapy it'sprobably never a good idea but it's a huge dilemma for all women and the one thing thatlongterm can be a major impact on their life. Hi, I am Jay Harness and I want to sharewith you an important information that I believe that every newly diagnosed patient with breastcancer needs to know. Susan Denver: I am a breast cancer survivor. Katherine Stockton: I am a breast cancer survivor. Coree: I am a breast cancer survivor. Susan Denver: And I want every woman to knowâ€¦
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