07-12-2018 02:12 PM
23-11-2018 06:10 PM
Hi pippi 1969
I've been having it for past 20 mnths now alongside Anastrazole. As the other lady says its hard to know really what side effects are what what drug really.
Not too bad and I get prescribed Emla cream to numb the tummy area (as I'm a big baby), Each month get jabbed in different side. I think the process of using the cream before hand helps me. It's not painful but sometimes can bleed a little.
For the first few times I had it I did feel that evening and for a couple of days after like I was coming down with something but now I don't get that really.
It's not a big deal at all
23-11-2018 08:18 AM
i have been on Zoladex for nearly a year plus I take Tamoxifen. When I first had the Zoladex I had a "cold flush" for a couple of days but it soon settled and I haven't had that since. It's hard to identify what are side effects from Zoladex and which are from Tamoxifen. I have hot flushes which is to be expected. I also suffer with cramp and control this with a banana a day and magnesium supplement (think this is SE of Tamoxifen). The side effects for me are all very manageable. The injection is given in the skin in my stomach and is alternated each side every month
if you would like to know anything else then let me know