Managing Common Side Effects of Cancer Treatment

Managing Common Side Effects of Cancer Treatment
Journey_Toward_Pink_Path_Jessica_Grono I had heard about some of the damaging side effects of breast cancer treatment, but it wasn't until I was directly in the thick of treatment that I knew exactly what would be involved. Even though I didn't have chemotherapy or radiation, I did experience side effects from my mastectomy. I'm still experiencing some side effects, even a year later. If you are seeking some advice to help ease side effects, please be sure to talk to your medical care providers. I did some of my own research on side effects and used whatever tips and tricks worked best for me. However, please keep in mind that you are a unique person, so what works for someone else might not necessarily work for you, and vice versa. Try not to be discouraged when seeking solutions, you will find a solution in time. Following are common side effects of cancer treatment, along with ways to potentially manage them. Nausea: Nausea is a common side effect of chemotherapy, and a variety of breast cancer treatment medicines. Eating smaller meals and snacks can help prevent nausea. Keep on track with meals and snacks, because skipping meals can backfire and make you feel even sicker to your stomach. Certain foods might set you off more than others. Avoid eating them for now, but it doesn't mean forever. Try it again in time. Medication can change, and you might be able to eat it again. Just try not to let your stomach be empty for long. Sometimes you might be prescribed
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