Thanks for your reply. Clearly your team must have thought there was benefit to you of taking the tamoxifen.I really don't know what I am going to do now. I think certainly for now and until I have the hysteroscopy on 18 May I will carry on taking it. My gynae team have said a definite no so far to a hysterectomy . Good luck with your rads.
Saw the oncologist today. I had gone to discuss possibly changing from Tamoxifen to an AI as I am having some endometrial issues . I am 50 and have been on tamoxifen for 2 years after a 7mm tubular breast cancer ( no node involvement ) treated with surgery and rads - 8/8 ER positive. He surprised me - he said he would not prescribe an AI as it would makle me feel 60 and he didn't want that . He then said he would be happy for me to stop the tamoxifen and actually seemed to have a preference for me to do that whether or not these latest round of gynae tests do show I have a problem. He said the difference the tamoxifen would make to my SURVIVAL rate at 5 or 10 years was negligible and if I got a recurrence or a new cancer they would deal with it !!!!!! I haven't made up my mind yet what I am going to do but I am quite surprised by his attitude. I thought tamox was the wonder drug for all us ER + ladies. What do you all think ?