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I am having leg cramps after chemo

hi. i've had a molar pregnancy and received chemo for 4 months. i suffered with severe leg cramps and pain in my legs. it's been 2 3 years since my chemo ended but the cramping and leg pain lives on. what dr must i see
Asked On : Mon, 12 Jul 2010
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Hello.Welcome.There seems no relation of your leg pains with chemo taken 2 to 3 years back.Get yourself investigated for Blood sugar.HB,SERUM VIT D,SERUM B 12,SERUM FOLIC ACID,IRON STUDIES,SERUM CALCIUM AND PHOSPHOROUS and HYPOTHYROIDISM. Once the deficiency is identified you can be treated easily.Good
Answered: Fri, 14 Oct 2011
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i am a unani doctor.our medicine use in cancer include supplementation a) to reduce side-effects during chemotherapy or radiotherapy, b) to prolonging survival and minimize metastasis, c) to improve quality of life, and d) to prevent occurrence or recurrence.
Answered: Sat, 17 Jul 2010
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