Hello, I've been in cancerland for 3 months officially. I have Invasive Lobular Breast Carcinoma in one breast with no lymph node diagnosis. I'm 77 and never imagined that this would happen - thought all those risks were done with. After 3 months of being pretty stunned I'm now encountering grief, annoyance and fear. I've been on Letrozole and take Vit D3/Calcium. The side effects have been more than unpleasant but have eased a great deal since I changed the brand to one with the least possible 'fillers' (I have allergies to 'fillers' which I'd been too brain-fogged to realise/recall that I would be stepping into a world of pain/nausea/vision problems etc etc - stupid of me). I'm prepared to keep going now as within a day I began to come out of the twilight zone - test soon to see if 'it' is shrinking. I think the worst of it is the isolation - not wanting to burden family and friends. So I took the step and that is why I'm gratefully here -
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