My dad had adjuvant chemotherapy after lung surgery a couple years ago, with taxol and carboplatin. I do not know if there's a difference in the dose of what he had compared to your cancer, and everyone is different. But he did very well with it. Just very fatigued and tired, and he got the chemo hiccups. He felt a little crappy. The blood counts dropped, and he was given a shot of Neulasta to boost the white cells up. That gave him a lot of joint pain. Other than that, I was surprised at how well he did with it. That was my first experience seeing someone go through chemotherapy up close. Maybe it didn't seem so bad because I was expecting a lot worse.
The hiccups were fixed with a medication called chlorpromazine (Thorazine).