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Hard to breath chemo pain

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Dr. K. Harish MD

I am on Xeloda, 1500mg 2X daily, two weeks on one off. Colon cancer , 10cm colectomy at the sigmoid colon , two 26 week chemo treatments. I have had at irregular times severe abdominal pain . Trips ... View answer

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Dr. Indranil Ghosh MD

im on pain meds for cancer is there any risks using both? ... View answer

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Dr.  Anjana Rao Kavoor MD

of chemo and the onocoligist has suggested no more chemo and she has been on Hospice for 2 weeks now. Her feet and legs are swelling and she has been very tired and dizzy. Her pain in her stomach... View answer

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Dr. Jawahar Ticku MD

Metoprolol . I had shortness of breath , upper abdominal pain , dizziness , etc, so my doctor took me off ... chemo in december, and radiation in Feb. mid-way through radiation I started to notice... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Jawahar Ticku ( Oncologist)
Dr.  Cori Baill MD

I had stage one breast cancer two years ago. I had two lumpectomies in rt breast for two different types of cancer. Both tumors were very small. I did both chemo and radiation . 4 chemo treatments/3 ... View answer

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Dr. Vikas Ostwal MD

with infection, has awful breathing problems and has started vomitting. Sleeps a lot and can hardly talk without ...my aunt has had endometrial cancer for 3 yrs. had chemo , it came back after 4... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vikas Ostwal ( Oncologist)
Dr. Behar MD

to hit the cancer hard during the Lupron one month trial. Problem is....I started the Casodex intending to start the Lupron a week later but did not. Casadex did much relieve prostate pain but I fear caused... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Behar ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Vivek Chail MD

My 87 year old father has AML and underwent a gentle form of chemo about 3 weeks ago and tolerated ... appears to be going down hill pretty quickly now and has started to complain that it is very hard ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vivek Chail ( Radiologist)
Dr. Deepak Sundriyal MD

I had chemo in 1982 for lymphoma non hodgkins...I work hard just about all my life never had any ... healthy..no flues or other ailments to speak of...do you think my pain could be chemo... View answer

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Dr. Aseem MD

following the second round of chemo (a Sunday), my husband had a severe burning pain in his back and he felt .... He was given one round of chemo using the R-CHOP, but in less than 48 hours he started... View answer

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Dr. Vaishalee Punj MD

Hi It may be because of damage to vein from the chemo. Try pain killers like ibuprofen and naproxen. It should improve after a few days after chemo is done. Stay in contact with your physician. DR...

Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

It is normal to have pain after radiation. It is because of the local tissue destruction and inflammation by the radiation. So take painkiller for this. Please hit thanks.

Dr. Matt Wachsman MD

There's a lot of medications to damp down inflammation (steroids, non-absorbed steroids, low grade chemo, etc.). ON the diet, hard to say.. need to try stuff and see.