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Diagnosed with lymphoma on top of aorta. On chemo. Having dizziness, headaches, lost balance. Suggestions?

I was diagnosed with MS in September and in December was diagnosed with nodular sclerosis Hodgkin s Lymphoma . My mass was in the on top on the aorta . I am now taking chemo . I feel like i am having ms relapsing after chemo. My left side has numbness. I have dizziness , headaches and my balance is completely off. After chemo I can t walk for a day or so. My docotor does know what to do so I am trying to find answers. I think the chemo is affecting me in a bad way. I feel like I m dying after chemo. My MS specialist doesn t know either.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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you should mention full form of MS . it may be mitral stenosis or multiple sclerosis. your symptoms may be due these disease either.anyway lymphoma chemotherapy is not very toxic. you should mention the stage of your disease. your cardiological status to be checked. do not be afraid. take your chemo at regular interval. nodular sclerosis hodgkin's lymphoma is completely curable. consult your oncologist.
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