• What to do

    Asked by dymondbreeze on Wednesday, March 8, 2017

    What to do

    I'm having a lot of numbness in my feet and pain in legs. I'm currently on iv chemo and the chemo pill what can be done to relieve this if anything

    6 Answers from the Community

    6 answers
    • rene2's Avatar

      I already have neuropathy in my feet from a spinal injury; however, I noticed it was worse during chemo (R-CHOP). Also, and much more annoying, I had numbness in my fingertips. I didn't notice it much until I started dropping things. I had to be very certain I had a grip on something before I tried to pick it up because it would slip right through my fingers. Most of it is gone now, but I still have a little in my right thumb and left thumb and forefinger.

      almost 4 years ago
    • DoreenLouise's Avatar

      I completed 4 rounds of adromyacin and cytoxin and 11 weeks of Taxol in May 2015. I experienced rare episodes of neuropathy in my feet, which were usually associated with eating potato chips, which I seldom did. A couple months ago I started having neuropathy on a daily basis, not associated with my diet. I had a Vitamin D level drawn, which was low at 27. I increased my sun exposure and intake of Vitamin D and magnesium and my neuropathy is gone.

      almost 4 years ago
    • dymondbreeze's Avatar

      Thank you guys. My doctor has given me gabapentin so hopefully it will work

      almost 4 years ago

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