Hi I just wanted to say that I'm on letrozole/palboccilib and I was the same, exhausted at first but tolerating it as so well now. Initially I was v tired, but then I've got bone mets and the time it took to a) get a diagnoses and then b) do all the tests to sort out treatment meant that I degenerated really badly before I started treatment, ended up in hospital with hypercalcemia just before I was due to start - then I was neutopenic every round, until they reduced the dose to 100 which then has meant the last couple of rounds have been good. My bone mets are extensive but I haven't asked for complete details of where I just know its essentially all the way through the body, but during treatment which has been going on since November, I've gone from not being able to really lift my foot at all due to the pelvic mets, to being able to wobble around the house with no sticks which has just been really positive, so it's definitely worth sticking with. I know there's a bone mets thread and I don't know if I should really be posting this there, but I saw below about the exercise and thought I'd ask what everyone else is doing? I've been trying to concentrate on walking as much as I can but now I'm thinking I need to do something else but I'm a bit nervous with all the cancer everywhere.
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