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Generic Nolvadex is for oral administration for treatment of breast cancer in women. The active compound in generic nolvadex Tamoxifen affects the working of estrogen (responsible hormone for cell growth) in the body and thereby inhibits certain types of breast cancer which need estrogen to thrive. This medication should only be taken under medial surveillance after proper tests and diagnosis, Do not buy or order Generic Nolvadex with your health care practitioner advice.
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Generic Tamoxifen (trade name Novaldex) is considered as the first preventive medication for any cancer. Tamoxifen is prescribed for management of metastatic breast cancer. Basically, for treatment of breast cancer there are three types of treatments available i.e. surgery, medication and radiation to be assigned depending on the cancer type and stage. In most cases Generic Tamoxifen or Nolvadex is used after surgery and radiation therapy as pharmacological (medication) therapy to treat breast cancer in patients. The mechanism of this drug to prevent cancer development is based on hormone level management in body. It is used against breast cancers which develop and grow by estrogen stimulation (hormone responsible for feminine organs). Generic Tamoxifen or Nolvadex works as anti-estrogen. It chunks estrogen receptors in the cell and thereby blocks growth of cancer cell. Generic Tamoxifen or Nolvadex obstruct straight to the cancer cells’ ability to use estrogen to fuel growth and thus prevent tumor form grooming. Women can buy and use Generic Nolvadex to lower chance of developing breast cancer if she has a high risk such as a family history of breast cancer.

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 What are the other uses of temoxifen?

Tamoxifen is may also be used to increase egg production or to induce ovulation in women and thereby beneficial in treatment of infertility. Sometimes it may be prescribed for patients of McCune-Albright syndrome (MAS; a condition that may cause bone disease, early sexual development, and dark colored spots on the skin in children). This drug may cause some irreversible serious side effects so any medication should only be done in close observation of an expert help.

 What is the optimal duration to continue this medication?

As per your improvement and response to medication, your medical supervisor can only decide how long you have to continue temoxifen for overall recovery. You'll probably be on this medication for a period of 5 years minimum, after that you may be switched to Aromatase inhibitor drug.

 Is it fine to stop medication if I observed any side effects?

If you are observing any of abnormal or bothersome signs, visit your doctor for further consultation. If you are observing any side effect it does not mean to stop medication. Your body may response abnormally so frequent tests are required to be done at regular intervals or as suggested by your doctor.

 What precaution should I take even taking temoxifen?

There is always a minimum possibility of cancer recurrence so you will still need to look for early signs of breast cancer since it is possible to develop breast cancer even during treatment with tamoxifen. Any new lump in your breast can be an early alarming signal.

 What I can do to reduce risk of breast cancer?

By adopting a healthy life style the risk of breast cancer can be abridged to some extent. The advantages of physical workouts for instance brisk walking, jogging are evidently proven for all groups. Adding to it, shun alcohol and smoking and shift towards healthy eating. For maintaining healthy weight start doing some physical work also.

 What are the startling symptoms of breast cancer?

Earlier the prognosis, smoother the treatment! Breast cancer symptoms are generally overlooked till the tumor developed. You can practice self-examining of breast regularly and any of the below listed signs appears you should consult your doctor:

 A lump in the breast or underarm that persists even after your menstrual cycle. It is considered as the first apparent symptom of breast cancer in most cases.

Usually, lumps are visible on a mammogram long before they can be seen or felt.

 Any change in the physical structure of breast in terms of size, contour, texture, or temperature of the breast. Any skin visible skin irritation like reddish, pitted surface similar to the skin of an orange could be a sign of advanced breast cancer.

 Uncommon release of fluid (may be clear, bloody, or another color) from the nipple. Usually it is caused by benign conditions but could be due to cancer in some cases.

 Any spot or any area that is noticeably different from any other area on either breast.

 How is breast cancer diagnosed?

Proper diagnosis of breast cancer can be done by following medical methods:

• Breast ultrasound: A machine uses sound waves to make thorough pictures, known as sonograms, of areas inside the breast.
• Diagnostic mammogram: If you have a problem in your breast, such as lumps or any part of the breast that looks abnormal can be observed in mammogram diagnosis. It is more like an X-ray but with more detailing of the breast. Your doctors may refer you to get a diagnostic mammogram.
• Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). A kind of body scan that uses a magnet linked to a computer. Detailed pictures of areas inside the breast are made by MRI scan technique to diagnose the possibility of cancer development in the breast.
• Biopsy. This is a test that removes tissue or fluid from the breast to be looked at under a microscope and do more testing. Different kinds of biopsies for instance, fine-needle target, core biopsy and open biopsy.
 What are the medical options to treat breast cancer?
Breast cancer is treated in numerous methods. It depends on the kind of breast cancer and how far it has spread. Surgery, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, biologic therapy, and radiation are some of the most appreciated methods of recent time. Generally, a combination of the above methods is applied to treat breast cancer.
• Surgery. An operation where doctors cut out and remove cancer tissue.
• Chemotherapy. Using special medicines, or drugs to shrink or kill the cancer. Sometimes, the drugs can be in the form of pills or medicines can be given through an intravenous (IV) tube, or, both.
• Hormonal therapy. Some cancers need certain hormones to develop. Hormonal treatment is used to obstruct cancer cells from getting the hormones they need to grow and become a tumor.
• Biological therapy. This treatment works with your body's immune system to help it fight cancer or to control side effects from other cancer treatments. How your body reacts to drugs or other treatments can only decide the type of side effects you may get. Unlike chemotherapy which attacks on the cancer cells directly, biological therapy aims to strengthen body’s fight back qualities.
• Radiation. The use of high-energy rays (similar to X-rays) to kill the cancer cells. It is applied on the specified part of the body where the cancer is located.

It is the united efforts of doctors from different specialties to work together in treating breast cancer.

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