Blood clots in your veins or lungs. Call your doctor right away if you have any signs of side effects listed below: Changes in the lining (endometrium) or body of your uterus. Change in your monthly bleeding, such as in the amount or timing of bleeding or increased clotting. A serious issue might be present if the discharge is bloody. The following list includes less frequent but severe side effects of Nolvadex. Symptoms of the liver, such as jaundice. You may feel pressure or pain in your pelvis (below your belly button). Stroke can result in life-threatening medical issues, including death. Hot flashes are Nolvadex's most prevalent adverse effect. Vaginal discharge is the subsequent most typical side effect. Your vision will gradually become blurry, which is a sign of these issues. The signs of blood clots are: sudden chest pain, shortness of breath, coughing up blood pain, tenderness, or swelling in one or both of your legs Stroke. Vaginal bleeding or bloody discharge, which may be rusty or brown in color, are indicators of uterine changes. Lack of appetite and a yellowing of the skin or the whites of the eyes are symptoms of liver issues. The following symptoms are indicative of a stroke: sudden weakness, tingling, or numbness in your face, arm, or leg, especially on one side of your body; sudden confusion; difficulty speaking or understanding; sudden difficulty seeing in one or both eyes; sudden difficulty walking; dizziness; loss of balance or coordination; and sudden severe headache with no apparent cause. Cataracts or a higher likelihood of requiring cataract surgery. These have the potential to be fatal or cause other severe issues. These can happen at any time. These changes may mean serious problems are starting, including cancer of the uterus. This doesn't necessarily mean there's a big issue. Up to two or three months after stopping Nolvadex, you could develop clots. You should call your doctor even if only a small amount of bleeding occurs.
For more details, consult your physician or pharmacist. Tell your doctor right away if you're taking any of the following medications: cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan, Neosar), letrozole (Femara), medroxyprogesterone (Depo-Provera, Provera, in Prempro), phenobarbital, and rifampin (Rifadin, Rimactane). This is not a comprehensive list of Nolvadex drug interactions. Inform your doctor about every medication you take, including vitamins, herbal supplements, prescription drugs, and over-the-counter medications.
Are nursing. If you: Are pregnant or intend to become pregnant while taking Nolvadex; during the two months following your stop taking Nolvadex; or for any other reason, do not take Nolvadex. Do not take Nolvadex to lower your chance of getting breast cancer if: You ever had a blood clot that needed medical treatment. have reacted negatively to Nolvadex or any of its inactive ingredients. Stop using Nolvadex immediately and get in touch with your doctor if you become pregnant while taking it. It takes about 2 months to clear Nolvadex from your body. Nolvadex might be harmful to the developing fetus. Or, you can use a pregnancy test to make sure you are not pregnant before you start. You can begin taking Nolvadex while you are on your period to make sure you are not pregnant. Nolvadex may enter your milk and harm your unborn child, but this is unknown. Blood clots are a possibility for you. You take blood thinners like warfarin, also known as Coumadin, to thin your blood. Your likelihood of developing breast cancer is not elevated above average. For the majority of your waking hours, your range of motion is restricted. You can find out if you are a high-risk woman from your doctor. If you are at an increased risk for blood clots, your doctor can let you know.