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Thyroid, varicose veins, have benign lump in breast, taking Evion. Side effects of long term use?

I am 45yrs old lady. I undergone histerectomy and 2yrs back i had lump in my breast . Doctor said its benign cancer and prescribed Evion 600mg. I was taking this 2yrs. It has anyside effect if i take continuously. I have thyroidproblem and vericos veins also.
Asked On : Thu, 22 Mar 2012
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hi.. there is nothing like benign cancer. benign and cancer are two different entities. Evion 600 is Vitamin E which will be prescribed in few breast diseases. it has no side effects.since you are 45, it is better to get your breast lump surgically removed as it has no medical treatment. If not, get yourself regularly checked. if your breast lump is increasing in size or becoming hard or painful, you should immediately consult surgeon. thyroid problem and varicose veins have nothing to do with breast lump. they are unrelated. Take care.
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