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Old 05-25-2005, 05:00 AM
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I've been taking a combination Aredia and Faslodex since the end of January 2003. I've experienced some of the side effects listed slightly but I can't blame it on Faslodex as I experienced them before taking Faslodex. Who doesn't have back pain, depression, or anxiety in their life. Any side effect I experienced on the list was very mild. I have found that exercise relieves the pain. At any rate, between the Areadia and Faslodex my markers have decreased from 56 when I started the regiment to 32 on my last visit to my physician. The only time I've had discomfort at the site of injection is when the RN suprises me. Now we inject on the count of 3 and I don't get a bruise or a burning sensation.
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