Chemotherapy - Glenda

Drug or Chemo Therapy Associated with Lung Cancer. Posted on November 12, 2011 View this journey (11 Experiences)

He has a infusion port. They ran IV from 845am to 415pm. on the First of this month. He was taking loritab 5+200 every four hours. Now he is taking morphine 15, every 12 hours and loritab 10 every four hours. He is constipated and having to take pills for that. He has mouth sores

HE received CARBOpiatin first time 10-31-11, Pactaxel=10-31-11,Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate 10-31-11, DiphenhydrAMINE HCI 10-31-11, Ondansetran HCI 10-31-11, Pegfigrastim 11-01-11, Ranitidine HCI in NaCI 10-31-11, Sodium Chloride 10-31-11, seen cancer dr. on Nov 09 and then next chemo of same drugs I assume Nov 21. Cancer center took lab on the 9th and said these turned out good but did not tell me anything else. . He is to go back to Cancer Center to see dr. on 12-02-11 hope they give us more info. seems not telling us much at this time. He has really suffered worst on this second treatment. Just acting really strange.

Easy to Do: Neutral/NA
Minimal Side Effects: Strongly Disagree
Minimal Impact to Daily Life: Strongly Disagree

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