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Cancer patient. Started getting sharp pain after chemo. On compazine. Any ideas?

yes- I am a cancer patient- I ve had my second chemo with little or no side effects. This am when I woke up I ve had a a sharp piercing pain about every 2/3 mins. all day long. As best as I can tell it s more in the stomach area than any other organ or part of my body. When I take a 10 mg. of compazine it does ease up the pain- but I can only take every 6 hrs. Any ideas or suggestions?? Thanks, Jim Kimrey YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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you have to mention the type and site of cancer. what the chemo you are receiving ? without this detail it is hard to make a comment. anyway type of your pain seems to be neuropathic ( due to compression of nerve). some chemo has this type of side effects but may be due to the cancer itself. please consult an oncologist.
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