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Drug or Chemo Therapy Associated with Invasive Lobular Carcinoma . Posted on September 6, 2012 View this journey (5 Experiences)

I did six rounds of Abraxine. I got an infusion every three weeks. I didn't have nausea, so I was fortunate in that regard. As the treatment progressed, I got feeling worse and worse. After #4 I told my husband I might reach a point where I no longer wanted to stay in a body that felt so miserable. I just felt horribly ill all over and was terribly fatiqued. I developed neuropathy badly in the feet which I still have two years later. I have a small amount of neuropathy in my hands. After chemo I also developed arthritis. Maybe I had it before and the chemical just exacerbated it. At any rate, it seems I'll have to llive with the neuropathy and the joint pain for the rest of my life.

Easy to Do: Agree
Minimal Side Effects: Disagree
Minimal Impact to Daily Life: Disagree

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