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Feeling extreme nauseas have chronic myelogenous leukmia. OCR test showed cells growing. Solution for Nauseous?

I am 36 year old female with a dx of chronic myelogenous leukemia . Lately, my stool is sweet and pungent and pale in color. White count is normal but a fish/OCR test determined cells are growing again. The nausea is extreme. I am hardly able to eat anything but crackers. Could the stool be something unrelated to the cml and how do I get nausea back under control
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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get your stool test for routine and microscopic examination done . it will give some hint about the problem you are facing. now nausea can be due to chemotherapy or the disease itself. there are higher generation of antiemetic drugs like neurokinin antagonist which may be used . other different drug combination can also be used like corticosteroids benzodiazepines, consult your oncologist.
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