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Results 1 - 9 of 9 for Fibrocystic lung disease
  1. ... irregular bleeding)..Danazol is also used to treat fibrocystic breast disease (swollen, tender breasts with noncancerous lumps) ... tissue of the uterus. It works to treat fibrocystic breast disease by blocking the release of hormones ...
  2. ... nipples, an abnormal mammogram (breast x-ray), or fibrocystic breast ... clots in your legs, lungs, brain, or eyes; stroke or mini-stroke; migraine ...
  3. ... CA, Boyle MP. Modifier genes in cystic fibrosis lung disease. J Lab Clin Med. 2003 Apr;141(4): ...
  4. Understanding Your Pathology Report (Living Beyond Breast Cancer)  
    Living Beyond Breast Cancer ... A pathology report is a profile of the breast cancer’s characteristics, including stage, how quickly it may grow, hormone-receptor ...
  5. Triple-Negative Breast Cancer (Living Beyond Breast Cancer)  
    Living Beyond Breast Cancer ... About 10% to 15% of breast cancers are triple-negative. Learn more about the symptoms, treatment options, and myths about TNBC.
  6. Insomnia and Fatigue (Living Beyond Breast Cancer)  
    Living Beyond Breast Cancer ... Cancer-related insomnia and fatigue are very common with a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, and can develop for many ...
  7. ... you have or have ever had breast lumps, fibrocystic disease of the breast (condition in which lumps ... lower legs); or liver, heart, gallbladder, or kidney disease.tell your ... blood clots in the legs or lungs. Talk to your doctor about the risks of ...
  8. ... lumps, an abnormal mammogram (breast x-ray), or fibrocystic breast disease (swollen, tender breasts and/or breast ... attack; chest pain; seizures; migraine headaches; depression; gallbladder ... to wear your lenses while taking oral contraceptives, see an eye doctor.
  9. ... abnormal mammogram or breast x-ray, breast nodules, fibrocystic breast disease; a family history of breast cancer; ...