My Zytiga Journey

New Topic Post Reply Printable Version
52 posts in this thread.
Viewing Page :
 1  2  3 
[ << Previous Thread | Next Thread >> ]

sequoiaranger
Regular Member


Date Joined Sep 2011
Total Posts : 236
   Posted 9/27/2012 5:58 PM (GMT -6)   
I have been officially prescribed Zytiga today and will post "happenings" here to spread info and experience to this forum group as best I can.
 
After "failing" hormone-deprivation therapy, radiation, and now chemotherapy (did a LOT of good early on---5 months ago--but my PSA has been going back up again the last two months), I am now prescribed Zytiga, a recently-approved cancer fighting drug that helps prevent testosterone from entering or being processed by the cancer cell that craves it. It's REALLY expensive ($5,000/month??) but luckily I have good health insurance that should cover most of the cost. I  have also signed up for a Zytiga-sponsored "savings program" that supposedly limits out-of-pocket costs of obtaining the drug to $20/month.
 
I have turned in my oncologist's prescription to my local pharmacy, who said they had to get it ordered and approved, but now I found out they CAN'T get it. So I may have to get it from some "specialty pharmacy"--maybe where I got my trimix. Still a work in progress!
 
I believe some other folk here are on, or have been on, Zytiga. Since one has to take the four pills on an empty stomach, and no eating for hour(s?) before or after, is just before bedtime a good time?? For me, I will have finished eating some hours earlier, and would not expect to eat for 6+ hours either. Of those "experienced" with Zytiga, is there any effects that might disturb/interrupt/distract me from sleeping? When did *YOU* take it?

Post Edited (sequoiaranger) : 9/29/2012 10:50:32 AM (GMT-6)


Infohound
Regular Member


Date Joined May 2012
Total Posts : 232
   Posted 9/27/2012 6:37 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi SR
I'm not the actual pill taker, but since he's at a noisy restaurant watching a Browns game our cable package doesn't offer, I'll fill in...

My husband does just what you're planning. Eats a not-so-late dinner, and then several hours later, just before bedtime he takes the 4 zytiga pills. He hasn't complained of any sleep side effects, but he has had soreness in his legs that I think is due to the zytiga (he's on a bunch of drugs now, but what he describes seems to fit with a zytiga SE best -- I don't recall the percentage, but the zytiga website says some guys experience joint pain and soreness). I don't think it's terribly severe. My take is the pain itself isn't the problem, as much as the fear it gives him that bone metastases are progressing (he had bone mets on one thigh bone -- well still does I guess, but the lupron/etc. had wiped out his bone pain a few months ago).

Getting the drug -- you're right, that was no easy feat for us either! I am usually a very conflict-avoidant type person, but I did have to raise a little heck to get that straightened out. We were bounced from pharmacy to pharmacy, and eventually got it via mail order as no one in town could provide it (we live in Cincinnati, so a reasonably big city).

I hope it crushes your cancer while the rest of you escapes unscathed
Katie
Age 58
G9 (5+4)
12 of 12 cores positive, 100% involvement
Dx 5-2012 Metastatic PCa, lymph nodes & extensive bone mets

PSA 61.1 (5-2-2012) -- prior to any treatment
PSA 48.7 (5-29-2012) -- after casodex only
PSA 4.6 (6-11-2012) -- 11 days after 1st firmagon injection
PSA 0.15 (7-2012)
PSA 0.04 (7-27-2012)
PSA 0.01 (9-11-2012)

Silverlace48
Regular Member


Date Joined Jun 2012
Total Posts : 83
   Posted 9/27/2012 9:44 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi SR
Hubby has just been taken off Taxotere and will also be starting Zytiga. Clinic is sending in paperwork and we should be starting in about two weeks time.We will be getting ours through the pharmacy at the cancer centre and govt. has approved coverage of the drug. Have heard a lot of good results with the drug and hoping for good results for you and hubby :)
We are new to this too and any advice,tips, etc.would be greatly appreciated. Good luck on the start of this new journey we are about to begin. :)
Hubby age:66. Diagnosed:64
Gleason9
Extensive bone mets
HT started 2010 Zoladex
Starting PSA 1625
Down to minimal Jan 2011
Xgeva for bones
Tak700 cllinical trial Jan.2012 after rising PSA
Off clinical trial May 2012 PSA 425
June 2012 Taxotere
June 27/12. PSA 386 Happy!!
July/12 PSA 412 Not Happy
August PSA 435
Sept./12 stopped Taxotere
Developed 14cm blood clot
Zytiga to start in 2 weeks-oct

kwidd
New Member


Date Joined Apr 2012
Total Posts : 17
   Posted 9/28/2012 11:11 PM (GMT -6)   
I've been on zytiga since jan this year. I have to get from a pharmacy in phoenix az. My insurance has been covering it at this time. The copay at the first of the year was high but the pharmacy found help for me from the patient advocate foundation. It was working good till they ran out of money. I take my pills in the morning when I get up. I wait an hour the eat and take my prednisone pill. I am pleased with the results. My psa has dropped from 23 in jan to 1.9 this past week. I am having some swelling in my feet that bothers me and the hot flashes are great fun.

WinterSolstice
Regular Member


Date Joined Dec 2011
Total Posts : 65
   Posted 9/29/2012 8:45 AM (GMT -6)   
I was on Zytiga for 6 months. I took my dose when I first awoke in the morning, then waited an hour to eat breakfast. This seemed the best fit for me. I had no sleep issues that I can attribute to Zytiga, I suspect the 5 mg of prednisone had greater SE during the first month or so.

Good-luck and wishing you success.

-Winter
Age: 51, dx at 50
10/2011 PSA 47.83, T 270
Biopsy: 11/2011: 8/14 cores, right side, 80-90%. GS7 (3+4)
Bone Scan: neg
CT Scan: lymph neg
HT: 12/2011, start clinical trial neo-adj Lupron/Abiraterone/Prednisone
3/12 : MRI staging T3a, extraprostatic ext.
PSA: 1/12 1.65, 2/12 0.11, 3/12 0.05, 4/12 0.04, 5/12<=0.03 (T=1)
6/12 : End IMRT-Calypso. PSA <= 0.03 (T=1)
HT, Lupron, 2-3 years remaining

sequoiaranger
Regular Member


Date Joined Sep 2011
Total Posts : 236
   Posted 9/29/2012 10:49 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks, all who responded. Good to know that late-night ingestion worked for someone.

Update--I have found a mail-order outfit (Curascripts) that will send me Zytiga. I am a little surprised that Curascripts will send the drugs and have them "left at the door" without signature, etc. That is maybe $5000 sitting in a box out in the open!! But, I guess if any would-be thief has no idea of the "value", then we are OK. Besides, who's gonna buy something CLAIMED as "Zytiga" from someone off the street??

Post Edited (sequoiaranger) : 9/29/2012 12:12:33 PM (GMT-6)


nhwife
Veteran Member


Date Joined Mar 2012
Total Posts : 716
   Posted 9/29/2012 11:50 AM (GMT -6)   
That's how we got the xytiga. You can reorder easily online with Curascript. I just asked my husband when he took it and he thinks he took it in the afternoon, around 2. I couldn't remember!
Hubby, dx 2002, age 50
PSA 6.8 Gleason 7 (4+3)
Surg Jan 2003
G7pT3c perineural involve., sem. ves., neg. margins
2005 rising PSA
2006 RT, HT
2008 Cas, Zometa
2011 Keto
PSA Dec. 2011 20.2
2012 Zytiga PSA March 2012 14
March 30 - PSA 18, some lymph node tumor growth
April - stopped zytiga, begin Taxotere PSA 20
Taxotere: 4/30/12, 5/21, 6/11
PSA 30 Tax stopped
MDV3100 PSA 11.75

Zimac
Veteran Member


Date Joined Mar 2012
Total Posts : 597
   Posted 9/29/2012 6:18 PM (GMT -6)   
My husband no longer is taking Zytiga. We have an entire bottle (minus 4 pills) sitting in our refrigerator since he was taken off of it. I don't have the heart to throw them out since they are so expensive. Anyone have any suggestions what we can do with them? Seems like such a waste of $5,000 even though our insurance picked up the cost.

Wishing everyone lots of success and low PSA's.

Zimac
Age 60, Dx'd 56 -2008, PSA 6.4
12/2008-open RP, nerve sparing
Path: Gleason - 4+3, clear margins
1/2009 - Bone Mets
7/2009 - Lupron, Zometa
3/11 - Lung Mets confirmed
11/11 - Zytiga, not effective
4/12 - Taxotere, PSA 23
Failed Taxotere
7/23 - starting monoclonal antibody therapy (clinical trial)
7/31/12 PSA - 41.9
8/21/12 PSA 6.3
8/29/12 PSA 7.9
9/18/12 PSA 5.99

nhwife
Veteran Member


Date Joined Mar 2012
Total Posts : 716
   Posted 9/29/2012 6:40 PM (GMT -6)   
Zimac, we have almost a full bottle too! It does seem a shame. I will be interested if anyone has any suggestions.
Hubby, dx 2002, age 50
PSA 6.8 Gleason 7 (4+3)
Surg Jan 2003
G7pT3c perineural involve., sem. ves., neg. margins
2005 rising PSA
2006 RT, HT
2008 Cas, Zometa
2011 Keto
PSA Dec. 2011 20.2
2012 Zytiga PSA March 2012 14
March 30 - PSA 18, some lymph node tumor growth
April - stopped zytiga, begin Taxotere PSA 20
Taxotere: 4/30/12, 5/21, 6/11
PSA 30 Tax stopped
MDV3100 PSA 11.75

Zimac
Veteran Member


Date Joined Mar 2012
Total Posts : 597
   Posted 9/29/2012 6:53 PM (GMT -6)   
nhwife,
How are things with you and your husband. I think of you often.

We never did make the GFMPH this weekend as my husband developed blood clots in his lungs (PE) last week. The docs did not want him traveling and far away from home. It's been a long haul but hopefully we are heading in the right direction.

Hoping you are both enjoying the weekend.

Zimac
Age 60, Dx'd 56 -2008, PSA 6.4
12/2008-open RP, nerve sparing
Path: Gleason - 4+3, clear margins
1/2009 - Bone Mets
7/2009 - Lupron, Zometa
3/11 - Lung Mets confirmed
11/11 - Zytiga, not effective
4/12 - Taxotere, PSA 23
Failed Taxotere
7/23 - starting monoclonal antibody therapy (clinical trial)
7/31/12 PSA - 41.9
8/21/12 PSA 6.3
8/29/12 PSA 7.9
9/18/12 PSA 5.99

Jitters99
Regular Member


Date Joined Jan 2011
Total Posts : 222
   Posted 9/29/2012 11:08 PM (GMT -6)   
My husband was on Zytiga also, only worked for 10 weeks. Our copay was $860 a month. After many applications we were told we made $1,000 a year too much for any type of assistance. When we were in LV our drug was overnighted from CA, when we were CT it had to come from Phoenix, our doctor set up everything for us. We also have approximately one half bottle left. Our doctor asked if could donate it to a patient that it is working for....Why not, I think it's a great idea. I can't stand to throw out a hot dog, let alone $2500 in medicine.

nhwife
Veteran Member


Date Joined Mar 2012
Total Posts : 716
   Posted 9/30/2012 4:32 AM (GMT -6)   
Jitters99, that's a good idea. We can ask our doctor if anyone needs it...
Zimac, I am sorry you didn't make it to the weekend - you were looking forward to it. Hope your husband is doing ok now. My husband has had a rough patch: returning pain in the lower back. The MRI did not show anything so we think the next step may be to consult with his regular doctor and look into nerves/discs. So right now, he is doing fine, dealing only with the SE of fatigue. I think of you too!
Hubby, dx 2002, age 50
PSA 6.8 Gleason 7 (4+3)
Surg Jan 2003
G7pT3c perineural involve., sem. ves., neg. margins
2005 rising PSA
2006 RT, HT
2008 Cas, Zometa
2011 Keto
PSA Dec. 2011 20.2
2012 Zytiga PSA March 2012 14
March 30 - PSA 18, some lymph node tumor growth
April - stopped zytiga, begin Taxotere PSA 20
Taxotere: 4/30/12, 5/21, 6/11
PSA 30 Tax stopped
MDV3100 PSA 11.75

sequoiaranger
Regular Member


Date Joined Sep 2011
Total Posts : 236
   Posted 10/4/2012 6:38 PM (GMT -6)   
My $5000 package of Zytiga (one month's supply) arrived at my door today! I knew I would ship out (literally) tomorrow for 15 days, so wanted it NOW so I can get going on it rather than wait til I got back. I ordered it from Curascript last week, HOPING that it would arrive as scheduled today. I am trusting that little or no SE's will dampen my cruise---I will take my first dose tonight.

WOO-HOO!

I probably won't post again here for two weeks or so, but my Zytiga journey will have had two weeks to "ferment" by the time I get back.

Luck to me!
Gleason 9, RPP 2/2007. PSA rising, neither Lupron nor Provenge working anymore. Got Radiation. Got extensive bone mets. Now on Taxotere, PSA *WAS* dropping, now rising. Zytiga here we come!

Infohound
Regular Member


Date Joined May 2012
Total Posts : 232
   Posted 10/4/2012 7:38 PM (GMT -6)   
Fingers crossed for no side effects and a fantastic cruise!
Age 58
G9 (5+4)
12 of 12 cores positive, 100% involvement
Dx 5-2012 Metastatic PCa, lymph nodes & extensive bone mets

PSA 61.1 (5-2-2012) -- prior to any treatment
PSA 48.7 (5-29-2012) -- after casodex only
PSA 4.6 (6-11-2012) -- 11 days after 1st firmagon injection
PSA 0.15 (7-2012)
PSA 0.04 (7-27-2012)
PSA 0.01 (9-11-2012)

Water Guy
Veteran Member


Date Joined Jul 2011
Total Posts : 2402
   Posted 10/5/2012 4:58 AM (GMT -6)   
Ranger,
 
Enjoy the cruise and put your cancer on the back burner for the next 15 days. Lots of guys in here are doing very well on Zytiga with minimal SE's.
 
Terry
AGE 61 Dx with fam hist of PC
PSA
1.5 5/09
2.5 6/10
3.5 12/10 ref URO
5.25 3/11 DRE Neg
BX 4/13/11 2 of 12 cores diag both sides 15% & 20% GS7(3+4)
RALP nerve-sparing 6/8/11 path G7 pT2C, Marg-Lymph-Sem-Vas-PNI- organ confined 60% tumor involved 69grms 4.3X4X3 cm
100% dry 7/3/11
post PSA
9/11 <0.07
12/11 <0.04
3/12 <0.01
6/11/12 <0.01
9/26/12 <0.001
TRIMIX injections for 100% ED

douglas in oklahoma
New Member


Date Joined Sep 2012
Total Posts : 18
   Posted 10/5/2012 3:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Taxotere started in March, 2012; it failed by June. June & July lots & lots of pain from all the bone spread. Aug. 8, I started Zytiga; due to a missunderstanding, i took only one pill a day for 30 days (still within the guidelines of treatment); then i jumped up to 4 pills a day. I take the pills around 11:30 am (give or take 15 minutes..depending on a late breakfast or not) then an hour later lunch. I take the 5 mg prednisone with lunch and breadfast. The prednisone works with the Zytiga as i understand it and best when taken with food. Just the other way around for Zytiga. One of my infusion nurses said: word to the wise, do not take the prednisone late..it will keep ya up. This has worked well so far. The pain that had become chronic and awful, came to a hault in just a few days after Aug. 8th, and after a couple of weeks...i needed not a one, pain pill i mean. And i had been living off the suckers. ___________________________________________________________________________________ PSA april of 2011.. 600.47 / orchiectomy june 3, 2011 / PSA late sept, 57.00 / then back up. Summer of 2012 high PSA's @ and over 1,500. Aug 8th PSA still in the 1,500s / three weeks ago down to 92. (only had taxotere before and nothing else; and no other spread yet except to bones) __________________________________________________________________________________

douglas in oklahoma
New Member


Date Joined Sep 2012
Total Posts : 18
   Posted 10/5/2012 3:22 PM (GMT -6)   
I should have added; this drug is working well with my cancer and general health so far. the side effects and affects......not a problem yet. And my over all energy and strength are really improved to the point it scares me that this lovely change will not last. Of course it will stop working at some point. Nonetheless, i am a walking poster boy for this drug. I am however, not a classic case. MY numbers were so high for so long, yet i was asymtomatic all of 2011. I have had surgery, but to remove my testes, not my prostate which is wall to wall full of cancer. But no other tumors, even the bladder is ok. My bone spread is of course the problem. My case is odd; but my report on Zytiga is still hopeful news so far.

sequoiaranger
Regular Member


Date Joined Sep 2011
Total Posts : 236
   Posted 10/21/2012 12:19 PM (GMT -6)   
Late October Update:
 
I indeed went on a 15-day cruise the day after taking my first dose(s) of Zytiga. All went well for about a week, then I started getting INTENSE bone pain in those "known cancer areas". I drugged up on pain-killers, but that is NOT the way I want to live. So to *WHAT* can I attribute the intense pain? Is it the Zytiga "working", or...?
 
Intermittently, I feel GREAT and ALMOST back to my "old normal", though I am far weaker than I was a year ago pre-radiation/chemo/Zytiga. THEN the pain hits, and I wonder if THIS is the "new normal" I will have to endure??
 
I have not given the Zytiga adequate time to work, I know, as it has only been two weeks+, but....!! I meet with my oncologist in a few weeks, will get a PSA test, and will re-assess. Meanwhile, I "worry" that if the Zytiga is NOT working, I am losing valuable time while the cancer grows. Guess that "worry" comes with the territory, so to speak.
 
Anyway, I have been taking the Zytiga late at night (with prednizone, which I may take earlier---I have had some wakeful nights) since the "requirements" are two hours AFTER meals (or one hour before) on an empty stomach.
 
I certainly have NOT had the bad SE's of chemo, and my chemo neuropathy has diminished (still there, but weakening). I no longer have the heartburn, the "ill" feelings, EXTREME fatigue, shooting pains, or queasiness that chemo brought me, plus tiny hairs are once again protruding from my body in all the places pre-chemo.
 
Silverlace48--Started your Zytiga regimen yet??

Post Edited (sequoiaranger) : 10/21/2012 12:22:24 PM (GMT-6)


Raddad
Veteran Member


Date Joined Jul 2011
Total Posts : 1857
   Posted 10/21/2012 1:26 PM (GMT -6)   
sequoiaranger

I'm on Zytiga and Pred also. I take the 4 Zytiga first thing in the morning, than 1 Pred about 2 hours later with breakfast and the second Pred at dinner time (with dinner - 6ish). That works the best for me. The Pred by itself can be disruptive to sleep, least so I have found.

You are taking Pred twice a day correct?

Two weeks is not a lot of time my friend, give the Zytiga more time than that!

From
http://advancedprostatecancer.net/?p=3247

In the trials Zytiga was not discontinued solely because the man’s PSA was increasing. Instead, Zytiga was considered to no longer be effective when three things happened:

1- They had a 25% increase in their PSA over the baseline which was taken at the beginning of the treatment.
2- They had radiographic evidence of disease progression as seen in a bone scan, MRI or CAT scan.
3- They had symptomatic progression as defined by the treating physician.

Zytiga was only discontinued when all three of the criteria were experienced, not because of any one of the items

Added with edit. I'm also on Zometa for bones once a month and Eligard (Lupron) every three months.

HUGS!

Bud

We will beat this crap
65 - April 2013
A Better Man tinyurl.com/28e8qcg
12 7 11 - 1447 (It's just a number! )
Scans showed active prostate cancer widespread in bones
HT treatments & Zometa for bone
31 10 11 - 46.6 Cheers!
25 1 12 - 75 - Crap
22 2 - 99
22 3 - 149 - Start Zytiga
25 4 - 113 | 22 5 - 66 | 19 6 - 38 | 19 7 -34
21 8 - 27.4 | 21 9 - 36.8 | 6 10 - 33 Down! Cheer

Post Edited (Raddad) : 10/21/2012 1:31:42 PM (GMT-6)


Zimac
Veteran Member


Date Joined Mar 2012
Total Posts : 597
   Posted 10/21/2012 6:59 PM (GMT -6)   
My husbands Oncologist has a patient who has been on Zytiga for three years already and is still doing well.
May you and Raddad be blessed with similar results.

Zimac

Passages
Veteran Member


Date Joined Sep 2012
Total Posts : 695
   Posted 10/21/2012 7:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Hope and pray Zytiga works for you all, there have been some good results. My husband seemed to always wake up around three to go to the bathroom, so he used that as the time to take it. He seemed to have almost no SE from it. It was a relief after the Taxotere. He pretty much qualified for all the failures listed by Bud. Extremely disappointing not to gain any time......but that seems to be the exception; hoping you guys prove him the exception.
Husband dx 49 PSA 4 full prostectemy, 1996
5+ years later radiation,
Study promenade PSA rise.
7+ years later started Lupron
9/12 pathological arm break, bone metastasis, tumors. Study For Custersen. Control on Taxotere 9 treatments until 4/12 PSA 5.2.
Zytiga -no se but PSA up to 57 - 5/12 to 7/12
Jevtana 8/12 now 3 treatments PSA 42. Se minimal fatigue, chemo brain. Age now 66.

Water Guy
Veteran Member


Date Joined Jul 2011
Total Posts : 2402
   Posted 10/22/2012 4:19 AM (GMT -6)   
I pray every day that PC fighting drugs like Zytiga work for all you advanced PC guys. Raddad is in my thoughts and prayers everyday, he is one of my bestus HW buddies and holds a special place in the hearts of my wife and I. Fight on all and defeat the beast!
 
 
Terry
AGE 61 Dx with fam hist of PC
PSA
1.5 5/09
2.5 6/10
3.5 12/10 ref URO
5.25 3/11 DRE Neg
BX 4/13/11 2 of 12 cores diag both sides 15% & 20% GS7(3+4)
RALP nerve-sparing 6/8/11 path G7 pT2C, Marg-Lymph-Sem-Vas-PNI- organ confined 60% tumor involved 69grms 4.3X4X3 cm
100% dry 7/3/11
post PSA
9/11 <0.07
12/11 <0.04
3/12 <0.01
6/11/12 <0.01
9/26/12 <0.001
TRIMIX injections for 100% ED

sequoiaranger
Regular Member


Date Joined Sep 2011
Total Posts : 236
   Posted 10/22/2012 11:27 AM (GMT -6)   
Raddad--Yes, I am taking 5 mg Prednizone twice daily (have been for six months). I had been taking it at night before bedtime, but I think I will switch to earlier in the day. During the last six months of chemo I had been taking the Prednizone late at night with no wakefullness, but lately it seems that I am "wakeful", so I will adjust.

I have now started taking the four Zytiga pills when I (typically) get up in the middle of the night to pee, thus a wide separation between meals to get the best effect!
Gleason 9, RPP 2/2007. PSA rising, neither Lupron nor Provenge working anymore. Got Radiation. Got extensive bone mets. Now on Taxotere, PSA *WAS* dropping, now rising. Zytiga here we come!

sequoiaranger
Regular Member


Date Joined Sep 2011
Total Posts : 236
   Posted 10/29/2012 10:35 AM (GMT -6)   
Today I have a LOT of "underlying" bone pain--that is, there is not enough pain to "exclaim" or even moan, but if we assigned a pain number "4" to where one expresses, I am at 3.5. And it just ****ing won't go away. The mild opiates I take dull it down to maybe a "2" but it is THERE!! I suppose I could "eliminate" the pain entirely but taking a WHOLE LOT of the mild opiates, but then I can't drive or am in a "haze". Looks like a "legal junkie" is my future!
 
I see my oncologist next week (first time follow-up since starting on Zytiga) and will get a PSA test, and maybe set up a bone scan (I *KNOW* it will show spread since last spring). I gotta know if this is working (supposedly doesn't work 20% of the time, like the Provenge that failed me) or if I need some other "Hail Mary" play to reign in this monster.

MsWorryWart
Veteran Member


Date Joined Aug 2011
Total Posts : 1153
   Posted 10/29/2012 10:40 AM (GMT -6)   
Sorry to hear that SequoiaRanger...

Will be keeping you in thoughts and prayers for pain relief and that you're not one of the 20%.
Husband DX 49 yrs old - T4,N1,M0
07/11 - PSA 57.0 - BX -7 of 11 cores positive - all 80% -G7 (4+3)
8/4/11 - MDA - G8 - 8/11 - Positive LN, SV, & Bladder - BS Clear
8/12 - Degarelix & Casodex -9/8-1st Lupron
01/12 - Taxotere 3 cycles
01/12 -PSA .1
06/12 IMRT Complete -09/12- Extreme Fatigue
09/24/12 - Zytiga
New Topic Post Reply Printable Version
52 posts in this thread.
Viewing Page :
 1  2  3 
Forum Information
Currently it is Wednesday, April 16, 2014 1:14 AM (GMT -6)
There are a total of 2,102,211 posts in 233,648 threads.
View Active Threads


Who's Online
This forum has 148912 registered members. Please welcome our newest member, TinyViking.
232 Guest(s), 4 Registered Member(s) are currently online.  Details
Merrida, rnc76, Green1, GC1pink


Follow HealingWell.com on Facebook  Follow HealingWell.com on Twitter  Follow HealingWell.com on Pinterest  Follow HealingWell.com on YouTube
Advertisement
Advertisement

©1996-2014 HealingWell.com LLC  All rights reserved.

Advertise | Privacy Policy & Disclaimer