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Stage 4 cancer, has recurring fluid formation in stomach, on chemotherapy. Control measures?

My Sister She is suffering a Lot with Stage 4 Cancer . In the month of october 2012 She had one ovary remover=d and was told there was no cancer and were not given any medications. Now every alternate day almost 3 lts of fluid is formed and removed from her stomach. She is given chemotherapy by dividing one cyvcle into 3. the drugs used are Carboplatin and Paclitaxel . Right now she is telling that she want something todo to make her die. I am very depressed. Please tell me the solution for what to do to control.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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what was the symptom of your before surgery? you should mention imaging finding before surgery.if it was ovarian cancer diagnosis should have been made. now she is suffering from ascitis. probably now the diagnosis is metastatic ovarian ca. if not responds to pacli/carbo 2nd line drug like liposomal doxorubicin may be tried. consult with your oncologist.take care.
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