Bicalutamide therapy is for men with advanced prostate cancer at stage D2, when there is evidence of metastases (cancer spread) to other areas of the body.
hot flashes; pain in your back, pelvis, or stomach; swelling in your hands, ankles, or feet; increased night-time urination; weakness, dizziness; or nausea, diarrhea, constipation.
CASODEX 50mg is a hormone therapy. It is classified as an "anti-androgen." Often given in combination with "LHRH agonist," another type of hormone therapy. Bicalutamide is categorized as an antiandrogen. Antiandrogens are substances that block the effects of testosterone. Cancer of the prostate depends on the male hormone testosterone for its growth. If the amount of testosterone is reduced it is possible to slow down or shrink the cancer.Call your doctor at once if you have: