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Malignant cerebellar tumor removed, on ativan. Is nausea expected?

I had a malignant cerebellar tumor removed on 22 July. I was doing PT for instability and seemed to be progressing well. Sometime in Sep I noted more instability and some nausea which as continued on nearly a daily basis since then to the point that I am taking Ativan at least once a day. The tumor was about half dollar size, near the vomit center, mets from breast cancer and I had about 300 cc before surgery. Is continued nausea to be expected?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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Hi, the nausea may be common in the begening, but after a recovery to some extent, it is reappearing means it is advisible to consult your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.
I to my patient with such condition prescibe domperidon, and cinnerzine, for temporary relief. Thank you.
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