10 Possible Allergic Reactions to Breast Cancer Treatments

shutterstock_401008537 Eye Problems Although a fairly rare allergic reaction, some breast cancer treatments can affect the eyes making them red and itchy, causing conjunctivitis or more severe vision problems such as seeing dark spots or blurred vision. Try not to touch your eyes as you will make the irritation worse; use eye drops, blink a lot to lubricate the eyes, and swap contact lenses for glasses. If you have problems with your vision following treatment, you'll need to call your doctor. Read what our columnist, Nancy Brier, thinks every breast cancer patient needs to know.
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