It’s difficult for us to say what may be causing the pain and twinges you are experiencing. You mention that you are having Zoladex injections and taking exemestane, although not listed in our information, a rare side effect of Zoladex is abdominal pain.
However, we would always suggest getting any symptoms that are new or persistent checked out. You can contact your breast care nurse, treatment team or GP to let them know so that they can assess your symptoms and give you further advice.
Adapting to life after treatment can be difficult and often the need for information and support continues. You may be interested in our resources that are particularly for those who have come to the end of their main hospital treatment. These are known as our Moving forwardservices and include our Moving Forward bookletand Moving Forward courses.
The courses are open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment within the last two years.
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