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Is it safe to wear wigs during or after chemotherapy ?

my mum is suffering from cancer and she is now undergoing for chemotherapy and now she is feeling from Hair fall so can u guide me what kind of wigs do u suggest for her to wear she is undergone for Uterus and overy operation since 1 month before, and now she is taking chemotherapy treatment and 1st cycle of treatment is done and now from past 3 days she is been to loss her hair a lot. can u please suggest us about the side effects and her health and do please suggest on kind of wig for her?
Asked On : Mon, 7 Feb 2011
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Thanks for the query

I dont think this is a good portal for wigs, any wig that will suit her face a ok. Why dont u take her along to choose one. Chemotherapy has a lot of side effects and please discuss it with your doctor as i dont know what the cancer is and what chemo she is receiving
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Answered: Mon, 15 Aug 2011
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