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Altenative anti-sickness medication to Prochlorper, any suggestions as what would help or work better?

My wife, 58yrs old, diagnosed with combination uterine cancer, radical hysterectomy on 12/28/10 started chemo on1/24 and every 3 weeks, 6-8 treatments, 1st treatment paclitaxel and carboplatin. 2nd treatment on 2/14, paclitaxel stopped because of severe pain in back ,even after add. premeds. Carboplatin administered only.this time. Neulasta shot received on 2/16. My wife is having severe nausea, taking prochlorper for anti-sickness,but it is making her more sick. Each time she takes it , she has vomited shortly after.She cannot eat or drink today, only ice chips. anyone have any suggestions as what would help or work better? thanks, a very concearned husband
Asked On : Fri, 18 Feb 2011
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thanks for query,
Many medicines used for cancer treatment have got side effects like nausea,vomiting,and gastric upset.
But treatment is a must so she should continue the medicines.
Take some anti emitic or ant acid medicines to get relief from this symptoms.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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