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"The rectal biopsy using a hollow needle was over in less than five minutes, thank God, as it wasn't enjoyable.Afterwards, I was walking gingerly, a bit like John Wayne." Bob and Trudie returned to the Manor a few days later. "'We're talking about managing the cancer, not curing it at this stage,' Dr Brewster told us," says Bob.

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He should have been settling down for a family meal with Trudie, his wife and business partner of 16 years, and their three children, Myles, 16, Dylan, 14, and Flo, 11, at their home in Oxfordshire.Anyway, the title notwithstanding, I have been wanting to write something about the effects of sex steroids on bone ever since I saw a post by a guy on one of the lists who mentioned that his endocrinologist said that taking estrogen blockers didn’t matter. The mixed agonists/antagonists are also used to treat ER-positive breast cancer and have selective activity depending on the tissue.So I am here to say that estrogen blockers can matter when it comes to bone. For example, raloxifene is an antagonist in breast tissue (hence the anti-cancer use) but an agonist in bone to prevent osteoporosis.I am in the middle of chemo and will have radiation after that. Cheers Meera Log in to post a reply Jun 4, 2007 PM jpann39 wrote: Its a hard decision to make thats for sure....My genetic tests (BRCA1, BRCA2 and PTEN) were all negative and showed no mutations. I was dx'd with stage 2 bc in early Nov 06....lumpectomy, snb-neg nodes, 36 rad treatments..chemo.... My gyn also talked with me about prophylactic hystorectomy or just ovary removal because my BC was highly er /pr .... I was grade 2 and told to stay with the annual mammo.

Since there is higher recurrence with lumpectomy it would seem an annual mammo would be correct course.

I researched it and thought about all my choices and decided to go ahead with a complete hystorectmy...first thing I remember coming out of recovery is my GYN telling me that I made the right decision...he removed my ovaries they were covered with cyst that we never knew about as I'd never had female troubles....there was also some thickening of the uterus as well..said that in a handful of years I would have been doing this anyway....

I havent had any menopausal side effects at all....

Im not sure what but I had the surgery in mid-April and I would think if Im going to have the hot flashes and such I would have them by now....

The best I can do is to tell you to think about everything, your bc dx, your family history of cancers..matter what it is a rough decision to make but follow your gut instincts and you will make the right decision for you....

Jul 9, 2007 PM smuf wrote: i was 34 when dx 35 now the zoladex shots are to stop the overies working to shut them down the zoladex was offered because i didnt have chemo which was offered 4 that was only offered because of age and grade being grade3.