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Old 09-12-2007, 02:36 PM
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I was changed to Aromasin in January. By June my hands became so sore I could not make a fist. Within two months I could barely walk and was so exhausted that every activity was an effort as my entire body was in pain. I went to physical therapy for two months but was released since the pt was so frustrated that nothing he did could help me. My doctor sent me to a rheumatologist who determined the pain in my hands and feet was directly related to the aromasin, but she has also diagnosed me with severe fibromyalgia. I, too, have continual heartburn. My body (read diarrehea) is trying to get used to the second antidepressent which was diagnosed for the fibromyalgia,and I also suffer from depression. I'll put up with the diarrehea for a little while if the pains and fatigue will go away. I'm going to try imodium after I talk with the pharmacist.
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