Palbociclib, Niraparib are common Breast Cancer Treatment Medicine used for the treatment of Breast cancer in the human body. Although, many other medications are also available as Breast Cancer Medicine.
Breast cancer medicine kills or delays the growth of breast cancer cells by damaging or inhibiting cell division.
Breast cancer cells typically proliferate and divide in an uncontrolled and disorderly manner. The cancer cells break out from the original tumour. Migrate to other parts of the body because they grow and divide so quickly.
On the other hand, Breast Cancer Medicine works on cancer cells in the initial tumour and throughout the body because it passes through the bloodstream.
Treatment times vary depending on the individual. Based on your illness, reaction to therapy, and tolerance for side effects, your doctor will determine the number of cycles you require. If you have specific adverse effects. Then your doctor may reduce your dose or discontinue your therapy temporarily or permanently. Therefore, Breast Cancer Medicine is usually used once daily for 21 days, followed by a 7-day break to complete a 28-day cycle. This medicine should be taken with food in addition to the same time every day. Swallow the capsules whole. They should not be opened, chewed, or crushed. Broken or fractured capsules should not be consumed. If you vomit after taking Breast Cancer Medicine, skip the next dose and stick to your regular schedule.
Here is the list of some common side effects of Breast Cancer Treatment Medicine faced by the patient when taking Breast cancer medicine:
Fatigue, Hair loss, Rash, Vomiting, Diarrhoea, Nausea, Decreased appetite, Infection, Decreased white blood cell count, Stomatitis (Inflammation of the mouth), Anaemia (low number of red blood cells), Weakness, Fever, & many other worst symptoms.
In the case of an overdose of Breast cancer medicine, dial 1- 800- 222- 1222 (Poison control Helpline) for all kinds of help. Also, https://www.poisonhelp.org/help provides additional information. If the person has passed out, had a seizure, is having problems breathing, or cannot be woken, dial 911 immediately & contact your Nearest Doctor.
As soon as you recall, take the Breast cancer medicine dose you missed on the same day. If you have less than 12 hours until your next dose, skip the missing dose and resume your regular dosing plan. To complete up for a missing dose, do not take an overdose.
Here is the list of some advice by the expert for cancer patients consuming Breast Cancer Treatment Medicine.
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