• If you have completed treatment, do you have side effects that still have not gone away?

    Asked by jhale17 on Friday, March 25, 2016

    If you have completed treatment, do you have side effects that still have not gone away?

    What have you done that helped outside of what your doctors have recommended?

    13 Answers from the Community

    13 answers
    • IKickedIt's Avatar
      IKickedIt

      Yes, many, unfortunately. Still trying to learn to accept the "new" me. Neuropathy, vestibular dysfunction, chemo brain, loss of processing and multiprocessing skills, neurological and muscular damage due to mini-stroke. When the frustration builds up and I get cranky and depressed, my husband reminds me that I'm alive and cancer-free. I'm hard on myself, so I'm still trying to learn to accept my new limitations. I've had a lot of physical therapy to help me relearn skills...my PT has been a godsend. Most importantly, I'm not afraid to go to my doctor if something just doesn't feel right, and I'm proactive about my screenings.

      over 3 years ago
    • BuckeyeShelby's Avatar
      BuckeyeShelby

      My gifts that keep giving are: neuropathy especially in my feet, chemo brain (aphasia -- I can't remember words -- can remember the word aphasia but will blank on stupid things like thunderstorm) and fatigue.

      over 3 years ago
    • kalindria's Avatar
      kalindria

      Fatigue, vertigo, peripheral neuropathy and chemo brain... after more than a year out of chemo. Boo!

      Chemotherapy, the gift that keeps on giving.

      over 3 years ago

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