Aromatase-Inhibitor Related Joint Pain

Last Updated: August 16 2022

Aromatase inhibitor-related joint pain refers to the side effects of using aromatase inhibitors to treat hormone positive breast cancer which can include aches and pains in the fingers, hands, ankles, feet, knees, wrists, elbows, and shoulders.

Aromatase-Inhibitor Related Joint Pain falls under thePainandMen’s Healthcategories.

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