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Itching in between toes, abnormal bowel movements, heavy periods, bruise on arm, nausea. History of ewing saracoma. Advise?

Hello i used to have ewing saracoma, i survived:D.(kicked cancers Ass!) i had radiotherapy done and had chemo about three times. My right leg did not grow ever since i was ten (im 17 now) due to radiotherapy. lately i've been experiencing a lot of symptoms that i feel like my body is trying to tell me something.
In my right foot i usualy get itchy around my toes area especially in between my toes, also i've been a bit stressed lately and i find my self farting a lot, my bowl movement isnt very normal, rather its abnormal, i experince different bowel movements every time i go to the toilet, from green, brown to white round stools, i get my period heavier now and a bout a week ago i found a mysterious bruise on my arm and then a experienced a nother one in a different place. Sometimes i feel very nauseous and tired. I have become very lazy and love to sleep. About 5 month ago my right foot (where cancer was) got all swollen and doctors couldnt find out why. After 2 rounds of antibiotics the swelling went away, verrrryyyy slowly.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Congratulations for becoming a cancer survivor.
Regarding your bowel symptoms ,it is very difficult to relate them to your cancer or the treatment. They are non specific and can be due to so many different non-ancerous causes.
Being more tired is common after undergoing radiotherapy and chemotherapy. It usually subside on its own and there is no specific treatment.
In the foot where you got radiation treatment ,the lymphatic drainage is altered.So you are likely to get lymphatic swelling called lymphedema.That leg is also more prone to get infection due to it.Probably you had some infection in the leg which got better with antibiotic.

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