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Has cancer, foggy eye sight, unable to get out of bed. Why?

Heloo. I have a proplem, not me, my mum. She has cancer, and she did 4 sessions of chemotherapy, and everything went well, but now she has 2 days since she is feeling bad. Nobody can know why, or what she has. What she feels( she spew, she can't get out of bed, always felt that she is going to faint, but she has also passed, she can't eat, she can't keep her eyes open all the time, she feel that sees evereything in frog, is troubled(but it was someone , an eye specialist, and he said that everything is alright) , if you can tell me what she has, or if you know why she has these feeling please help me, and tell .
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Dear Ma'am,

Sorry to hear about your mom's problems. These side effects can be due to the chemotherapy that she is getting. You should consult a doctor and get a complete blood count done as sometimes chemo can suppress the blood cells in the body and can lead to infections and weakness. If that is the case, she will require a medicine to boost her blood cells.

Hope she gets well soon
Answered: Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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