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Hi ,

I get a sore throat from time to time but mostly it is caused by a

cold or enviromental things. Living in your neck of the woods it

could be the latter from what I have heard the air aint to good there

and with already having probs with your throat, I also find that it

gets upset very easily. Here in Canada we have lots of HHH days

that cause air alerts and for me to go out in it I find I cough and

my throat is very irritated. Hope this helps and that you are having

fun out there in the land of the rising sun.

Dawn

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>

> Simple question: do you only get the soreness in your throat area

with Hashi's, or can that happen no matter what the cause of the

hypothyroidism?

>

> Thanks!

>

> (stewlis)

> Iwakuni, Japan

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Hi ,

I get a sore throat from time to time but mostly it is caused by a

cold or enviromental things. Living in your neck of the woods it

could be the latter from what I have heard the air aint to good there

and with already having probs with your throat, I also find that it

gets upset very easily. Here in Canada we have lots of HHH days

that cause air alerts and for me to go out in it I find I cough and

my throat is very irritated. Hope this helps and that you are having

fun out there in the land of the rising sun.

Dawn

>

> I hope this one goes through, my email doesn't like me much these

days.

>

> Simple question: do you only get the soreness in your throat area

with Hashi's, or can that happen no matter what the cause of the

hypothyroidism?

>

> Thanks!

>

> (stewlis)

> Iwakuni, Japan

>

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Hi ,

I get a sore throat from time to time but mostly it is caused by a

cold or enviromental things. Living in your neck of the woods it

could be the latter from what I have heard the air aint to good there

and with already having probs with your throat, I also find that it

gets upset very easily. Here in Canada we have lots of HHH days

that cause air alerts and for me to go out in it I find I cough and

my throat is very irritated. Hope this helps and that you are having

fun out there in the land of the rising sun.

Dawn

>

> I hope this one goes through, my email doesn't like me much these

days.

>

> Simple question: do you only get the soreness in your throat area

with Hashi's, or can that happen no matter what the cause of the

hypothyroidism?

>

> Thanks!

>

> (stewlis)

> Iwakuni, Japan

>

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I've found that since they stopped seeding the clouds out here, I don't get the respirotory problems I had. Every time they did, and I went outside.......whamm! Sore throat and sinus infection. My mom and I got to comparing notes and everytime ( except for once ) they'd seed the clouds out here, it'd rain in Wisconsin, 3 days later. We also found it interesting that since they had that big flood problem back East around DC and that, that there's been NO seeding of clouds since. Spiffdawn prince wrote: Hi ,I get a sore throat from time to time but mostly it is caused by a cold or enviromental things. Living in your neck of the woods it could be the latter from what I have heard the air aint to good thereand with already having probs with your throat, I also find that it gets upset very easily. Here in Canada we have lots of HHH days that cause air alerts and for me to go out in it I find I cough and my throat is very irritated. Hope this helps and that you are having fun out there in the land of the rising sun.Dawn >> I hope this one goes through, my email doesn't like me much these days.> > Simple question: do you only get the soreness in your throat area with Hashi's, or can that happen no

matter what the cause of the hypothyroidism?> > Thanks!> > (stewlis)> Iwakuni, Japan>

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I've found that since they stopped seeding the clouds out here, I don't get the respirotory problems I had. Every time they did, and I went outside.......whamm! Sore throat and sinus infection. My mom and I got to comparing notes and everytime ( except for once ) they'd seed the clouds out here, it'd rain in Wisconsin, 3 days later. We also found it interesting that since they had that big flood problem back East around DC and that, that there's been NO seeding of clouds since. Spiffdawn prince wrote: Hi ,I get a sore throat from time to time but mostly it is caused by a cold or enviromental things. Living in your neck of the woods it could be the latter from what I have heard the air aint to good thereand with already having probs with your throat, I also find that it gets upset very easily. Here in Canada we have lots of HHH days that cause air alerts and for me to go out in it I find I cough and my throat is very irritated. Hope this helps and that you are having fun out there in the land of the rising sun.Dawn >> I hope this one goes through, my email doesn't like me much these days.> > Simple question: do you only get the soreness in your throat area with Hashi's, or can that happen no

matter what the cause of the hypothyroidism?> > Thanks!> > (stewlis)> Iwakuni, Japan>

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Patty, my taste buds were off as well... I didn't do anything for it... I

noticed that I had to change over to crystal light for something other than

water... I just kind of worked through it... I would have taken mints if I had

thought of it like tic tacs.

blueeyes269_2000 wrote: Hi all,

I have a question that might sound rather silly. I am 2 months out and

whenever I eat or drink, I get a terrible aftertaste in my mouth. Even

just water causes it sometimes. Does anyone else have a problem like

this or is this just me? Also, What would you suggest I take to take

care of this taste in my mouth? I can't brush my teeth constantly and

I'm not sure if mints would be ok. I have heard the chewing gum is

out, not that I chewed alot of gum anyway.

Thanks for letting me ask and can't wait to hear what your ideas might

be.

Patty

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Patty, my taste buds were off as well... I didn't do anything for it... I

noticed that I had to change over to crystal light for something other than

water... I just kind of worked through it... I would have taken mints if I had

thought of it like tic tacs.

blueeyes269_2000 wrote: Hi all,

I have a question that might sound rather silly. I am 2 months out and

whenever I eat or drink, I get a terrible aftertaste in my mouth. Even

just water causes it sometimes. Does anyone else have a problem like

this or is this just me? Also, What would you suggest I take to take

care of this taste in my mouth? I can't brush my teeth constantly and

I'm not sure if mints would be ok. I have heard the chewing gum is

out, not that I chewed alot of gum anyway.

Thanks for letting me ask and can't wait to hear what your ideas might

be.

Patty

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Hi Patty,

The strange taste is likely from being in a state of ketosis, which is normal

during the first couple of months of weight loss. I had problems with more than

my breath and the aftertaste. My hands were always moist and smelled too. I

kept some handy wipes around for that. As for the nasty taste in your mouth, I

used sugar free mints and although most do not recommend gum, I chew sugar free

gum regularly. My surgeon had no problem with it; he just cautioned me not to

swallow it because it can cause a blockage. Well, I never swallowed my gum

before surgery, so I didn't think I would have a problem with chewing and

spitting it out when I was done with it after surgery and I haven't.

Question

Hi all,

I have a question that might sound rather silly. I am 2 months out and

whenever I eat or drink, I get a terrible aftertaste in my mouth. Even

just water causes it sometimes. Does anyone else have a problem like

this or is this just me? Also, What would you suggest I take to take

care of this taste in my mouth? I can't brush my teeth constantly and

I'm not sure if mints would be ok. I have heard the chewing gum is

out, not that I chewed alot of gum anyway.

Thanks for letting me ask and can't wait to hear what your ideas might

be.

Patty

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Hi Patty,

The strange taste is likely from being in a state of ketosis, which is normal

during the first couple of months of weight loss. I had problems with more than

my breath and the aftertaste. My hands were always moist and smelled too. I

kept some handy wipes around for that. As for the nasty taste in your mouth, I

used sugar free mints and although most do not recommend gum, I chew sugar free

gum regularly. My surgeon had no problem with it; he just cautioned me not to

swallow it because it can cause a blockage. Well, I never swallowed my gum

before surgery, so I didn't think I would have a problem with chewing and

spitting it out when I was done with it after surgery and I haven't.

Question

Hi all,

I have a question that might sound rather silly. I am 2 months out and

whenever I eat or drink, I get a terrible aftertaste in my mouth. Even

just water causes it sometimes. Does anyone else have a problem like

this or is this just me? Also, What would you suggest I take to take

care of this taste in my mouth? I can't brush my teeth constantly and

I'm not sure if mints would be ok. I have heard the chewing gum is

out, not that I chewed alot of gum anyway.

Thanks for letting me ask and can't wait to hear what your ideas might

be.

Patty

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Hi Patty,

The strange taste is likely from being in a state of ketosis, which is normal

during the first couple of months of weight loss. I had problems with more than

my breath and the aftertaste. My hands were always moist and smelled too. I

kept some handy wipes around for that. As for the nasty taste in your mouth, I

used sugar free mints and although most do not recommend gum, I chew sugar free

gum regularly. My surgeon had no problem with it; he just cautioned me not to

swallow it because it can cause a blockage. Well, I never swallowed my gum

before surgery, so I didn't think I would have a problem with chewing and

spitting it out when I was done with it after surgery and I haven't.

Question

Hi all,

I have a question that might sound rather silly. I am 2 months out and

whenever I eat or drink, I get a terrible aftertaste in my mouth. Even

just water causes it sometimes. Does anyone else have a problem like

this or is this just me? Also, What would you suggest I take to take

care of this taste in my mouth? I can't brush my teeth constantly and

I'm not sure if mints would be ok. I have heard the chewing gum is

out, not that I chewed alot of gum anyway.

Thanks for letting me ask and can't wait to hear what your ideas might

be.

Patty

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There are sugar free mints out there. I went through the same problem.

Its not so bad now. :-)

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blueeyes269_2000 wrote:

> Hi all,

>

> I have a question that might sound rather silly. I am 2 months out and

> whenever I eat or drink, I get a terrible aftertaste in my mouth. Even

> just water causes it sometimes. Does anyone else have a problem like

> this or is this just me? Also, What would you suggest I take to take

> care of this taste in my mouth? I can't brush my teeth constantly and

> I'm not sure if mints would be ok. I have heard the chewing gum is

> out, not that I chewed alot of gum anyway.

>

> Thanks for letting me ask and can't wait to hear what your ideas might

> be.

>

> Patty

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There are sugar free mints out there. I went through the same problem.

Its not so bad now. :-)

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blueeyes269_2000 wrote:

> Hi all,

>

> I have a question that might sound rather silly. I am 2 months out and

> whenever I eat or drink, I get a terrible aftertaste in my mouth. Even

> just water causes it sometimes. Does anyone else have a problem like

> this or is this just me? Also, What would you suggest I take to take

> care of this taste in my mouth? I can't brush my teeth constantly and

> I'm not sure if mints would be ok. I have heard the chewing gum is

> out, not that I chewed alot of gum anyway.

>

> Thanks for letting me ask and can't wait to hear what your ideas might

> be.

>

> Patty

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There are sugar free mints out there. I went through the same problem.

Its not so bad now. :-)

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blueeyes269_2000 wrote:

> Hi all,

>

> I have a question that might sound rather silly. I am 2 months out and

> whenever I eat or drink, I get a terrible aftertaste in my mouth. Even

> just water causes it sometimes. Does anyone else have a problem like

> this or is this just me? Also, What would you suggest I take to take

> care of this taste in my mouth? I can't brush my teeth constantly and

> I'm not sure if mints would be ok. I have heard the chewing gum is

> out, not that I chewed alot of gum anyway.

>

> Thanks for letting me ask and can't wait to hear what your ideas might

> be.

>

> Patty

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Hi Ellen, Even though I've had reconstruction, I check regularly and

found something in the breast that had cancer. I immediately went to

see my Onc who sent me for a sonagram. Turned out there was nothing

there. It was scary and then very reassuring. I've got my fingers

crossed for you and will keep you in my prayers.

Maya

>

> Good morning all,

>

> I have a question. I have been diligent about self exam since

my

> diagnosis (March) and discovered a lump in my breast last night,

just

> below where I had the lumpectomy. Now, I know that this could be

scar

> tissue, but would it have developed that quickly? I mean, I know I

> didn't feel this lump days ago. I happened to be at my primary

this

> morning and had her feel it, she said there's definately something

> there and she doesn't know if it's scar tissue or not. So, she

> recommended that I see the surgeon - who I made an appointment

with

> for next Monday.

>

> Through your experiences, how did scar tissue develop? What

did

> it feel like, etc. Any information will be helpful to me as I'm

> freaking out just a bit here. Thanks as always!!! :)

>

> Ellen

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Ellen,

Do you drink/eat a lot of things with caffeine? If you do it can cause problems.

I haven't had any problwms with scar tissue so can't help you there. I will keep

you in my prayers.

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Good morning all,

I have a question. I have been diligent about self exam since my

diagnosis (March) and discovered a lump in my breast last night, just

below where I had the lumpectomy. Now, I know that this could be scar

tissue, but would it have developed that quickly? I mean, I know I

didn't feel this lump days ago. I happened to be at my primary this

morning and had her feel it, she said there's definately something

there and she doesn't know if it's scar tissue or not. So, she

recommended that I see the surgeon - who I made an appointment with

for next Monday.

Through your experiences, how did scar tissue develop? What did

it feel like, etc. Any information will be helpful to me as I'm

freaking out just a bit here. Thanks as always!!! :)

Ellen

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Thanks Maya - I appreciate the info and the prayers. I'll keep you

posted.

Ellen

> >

> > Good morning all,

> >

> > I have a question. I have been diligent about self exam

since

> my

> > diagnosis (March) and discovered a lump in my breast last night,

> just

> > below where I had the lumpectomy. Now, I know that this could

be

> scar

> > tissue, but would it have developed that quickly? I mean, I know

I

> > didn't feel this lump days ago. I happened to be at my primary

> this

> > morning and had her feel it, she said there's definately

something

> > there and she doesn't know if it's scar tissue or not. So, she

> > recommended that I see the surgeon - who I made an appointment

> with

> > for next Monday.

> >

> > Through your experiences, how did scar tissue develop? What

> did

> > it feel like, etc. Any information will be helpful to me as I'm

> > freaking out just a bit here. Thanks as always!!! :)

> >

> > Ellen

> >

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I wish I could answer your questions Ellen, but I had mastectomy(s); I would

gather there is more scar tissue with lumpectomy.

Don't flip out...could turn out to be absolutely nothing. Where is that

level-headed girl I've enjoyed reading about????

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I wish I could answer your questions Ellen, but I had mastectomy(s); I would

gather there is more scar tissue with lumpectomy.

Don't flip out...could turn out to be absolutely nothing. Where is that

level-headed girl I've enjoyed reading about????

Chin up and smile!

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Hi Ellen,

At least in my particular case, I remember my oncologist saying that it can take

several years for things to " settle down " internally, around the lumpectomy

incision site. Hopefully, that will be the case with you, as well.

Hugs,

Jill

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I wish I could answer your questions Ellen, but I had mastectomy(s); I would

gather there is more scar tissue with lumpectomy.

Don't flip out...could turn out to be absolutely nothing. Where is that

level-headed girl I've enjoyed reading about????

Chin up and smile!

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Hi Ellen,

At least in my particular case, I remember my oncologist saying that it can take

several years for things to " settle down " internally, around the lumpectomy

incision site. Hopefully, that will be the case with you, as well.

Hugs,

Jill

Re: Question

I wish I could answer your questions Ellen, but I had mastectomy(s); I would

gather there is more scar tissue with lumpectomy.

Don't flip out...could turn out to be absolutely nothing. Where is that

level-headed girl I've enjoyed reading about????

Chin up and smile!

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Hi Ellen,

At least in my particular case, I remember my oncologist saying that it can take

several years for things to " settle down " internally, around the lumpectomy

incision site. Hopefully, that will be the case with you, as well.

Hugs,

Jill

Re: Question

I wish I could answer your questions Ellen, but I had mastectomy(s); I would

gather there is more scar tissue with lumpectomy.

Don't flip out...could turn out to be absolutely nothing. Where is that

level-headed girl I've enjoyed reading about????

Chin up and smile!

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I have read that some women get 'missing limb' phantom pain at the

mastectomy site. Could also occur with a lumpectomy if nerves were

cut.

I would have her find another surgeon that she is more comfortable

with or talk to her medical oncologist.

>

> Thanks for the welcome. My sister was diagnosed almost 3 years

ago, had lumpectomy, chemo and radiation, followed by Tamoxafen. She

was taken off the Tamoxafen after about 18 months...she had a

thickening of the uterus - they did a hysterectomy and tests, thank

God, showed there was no cancer there. She has suffered from

horrendous hot flushes and has been taken off a lot of her medication

because of this. Just recently she has started having quite severe

pain in her affected breast - to the point where she rang the surgeon

who operated (a good surgeon, but no people skills whatsoever and she

really didn't like him at all, so for her to phone him, tells me she

is in considerable pain!) He told her the pain would only be the

scar tissue and she would have to learn to live with it - has anyone

else had an experience like this please. I live 2000 km from my

sister so am unable to do much physically - only offer advice and

comfort via the phone, although I am going to Melbourne for 2 months

from the 9th December. If anyone can shed any light on this for me I

would be very grateful.

> Thankyou

> June

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I have read that some women get 'missing limb' phantom pain at the

mastectomy site. Could also occur with a lumpectomy if nerves were

cut.

I would have her find another surgeon that she is more comfortable

with or talk to her medical oncologist.

>

> Thanks for the welcome. My sister was diagnosed almost 3 years

ago, had lumpectomy, chemo and radiation, followed by Tamoxafen. She

was taken off the Tamoxafen after about 18 months...she had a

thickening of the uterus - they did a hysterectomy and tests, thank

God, showed there was no cancer there. She has suffered from

horrendous hot flushes and has been taken off a lot of her medication

because of this. Just recently she has started having quite severe

pain in her affected breast - to the point where she rang the surgeon

who operated (a good surgeon, but no people skills whatsoever and she

really didn't like him at all, so for her to phone him, tells me she

is in considerable pain!) He told her the pain would only be the

scar tissue and she would have to learn to live with it - has anyone

else had an experience like this please. I live 2000 km from my

sister so am unable to do much physically - only offer advice and

comfort via the phone, although I am going to Melbourne for 2 months

from the 9th December. If anyone can shed any light on this for me I

would be very grateful.

> Thankyou

> June

> June Hayles

> Great Dane Rehoming & Rescue

>

> Your free 'click' can help find a cure for breast cancer. Please

visit

> http://breastcancer.care2.com/

>

> " Don't be afraid to appreciate the qualities of other's dogs.

Breeding is

> a competition with yourself, not with others "

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I have read that some women get 'missing limb' phantom pain at the

mastectomy site. Could also occur with a lumpectomy if nerves were

cut.

I would have her find another surgeon that she is more comfortable

with or talk to her medical oncologist.

>

> Thanks for the welcome. My sister was diagnosed almost 3 years

ago, had lumpectomy, chemo and radiation, followed by Tamoxafen. She

was taken off the Tamoxafen after about 18 months...she had a

thickening of the uterus - they did a hysterectomy and tests, thank

God, showed there was no cancer there. She has suffered from

horrendous hot flushes and has been taken off a lot of her medication

because of this. Just recently she has started having quite severe

pain in her affected breast - to the point where she rang the surgeon

who operated (a good surgeon, but no people skills whatsoever and she

really didn't like him at all, so for her to phone him, tells me she

is in considerable pain!) He told her the pain would only be the

scar tissue and she would have to learn to live with it - has anyone

else had an experience like this please. I live 2000 km from my

sister so am unable to do much physically - only offer advice and

comfort via the phone, although I am going to Melbourne for 2 months

from the 9th December. If anyone can shed any light on this for me I

would be very grateful.

> Thankyou

> June

> June Hayles

> Great Dane Rehoming & Rescue

>

> Your free 'click' can help find a cure for breast cancer. Please

visit

> http://breastcancer.care2.com/

>

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Hi - My first instinct would be to find a new surgeon who will

listen and not " chalk it up to scar tissue issues " . It MAY be that

her scar tissue is causing pain, but investigating it and maybe

doing something to aleve the pain would be much more productive. Is

she on another inhibitor now? (Instead of the Tamoxifin)

That's my opinion. You don't necessarily have to " love " your

surgeon (although I do love mine) but you do have to trust in

him/her. It's your life we're talking about here, and severe pain

after three years just should be taken much more seriously.

Hugs!

Ellen

>

> Thanks for the welcome. My sister was diagnosed almost 3 years

ago, had lumpectomy, chemo and radiation, followed by Tamoxafen.

She was taken off the Tamoxafen after about 18 months...she had a

thickening of the uterus - they did a hysterectomy and tests, thank

God, showed there was no cancer there. She has suffered from

horrendous hot flushes and has been taken off a lot of her

medication because of this. Just recently she has started having

quite severe pain in her affected breast - to the point where she

rang the surgeon who operated (a good surgeon, but no people skills

whatsoever and she really didn't like him at all, so for her to

phone him, tells me she is in considerable pain!) He told her the

pain would only be the scar tissue and she would have to learn to

live with it - has anyone else had an experience like this please.

I live 2000 km from my sister so am unable to do much physically -

only offer advice and comfort via the phone, although I am going to

Melbourne for 2 months from the 9th December. If anyone can shed

any light on this for me I would be very grateful.

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