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Hi, Your oncologist is in the best position to assess the do's and don'ts while receiving chemotherapy treatment. Typically, using hair...
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Hair loss (Alopecia) can be caused by chemotherapy that kills rapidly dividing cells; other medications may cause hair to thin. These are most often...
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I don't know anything about your medical history to give you an "okay". Certain types of cancer, especially those that may involve the...
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The pinworms will not cause problems with her chemotherapy, but no one really wants to get pinworms, so those cousins need to be treated first. YOU...
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It depends on the chemo drugs that are/were used. Some drugs have a huge affect on fertility and some are ok. You will have to check with the...
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I don't know the answer but I can tell you that my friend keeps her feet in ice while she gets chemo so that she doesn't get problems with...
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Chemotherapy yes but Radiation treatments not sure but I would not do it because a person is not suppose to get xrays while pregnant sorry for the...
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Hi If your young then it may come back very slowly, depends how it was done would be the big question.But if you google your question, your find lots...
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my dr had me on high protein,  eat eggs peanut butter, greek yogart , instant breakfast read labels try to get 30 grams protein daily
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Unfortunately, it would not be possible for me, or any medical professional, to answer that question without the details of her case. Even then...
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Hi Look at this site, http://www.cancer.org/cancer/colonandrectumcancer/detailedguide/colorectal-cancer-stagedthen look under JTCC Staging System...
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Hi, Sorry, but I think your body has been through enough, if baby's are important to you, just wait for your grandchildren to come along.Good Luck
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You may be worried about nothing. Please relax and be like your mother.  The vast majority of skin lesions are NOT cancer, and those that are...
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