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    buckhunter asked a questionKidney Cancer

    Have you noticed ringing in your ears after chemo?

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      cllinda

      I have it and I have been off of chemo TCH for six years. I notice it at night.

      2 days ago
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      LiveWithCancer

      I have had tinninitis for years. I tend to tune it out most of the time. Sometimes, it is company. I am certain it adversely affects my hearing. I did have carboplatin as treatment, but i think i had tinninitis prior to cancer (can't remember for sure).

      1 day ago
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      cards7up

      What chemo are you on? If you're still in treatment, mention this to your doctor. It can become permanent.

      about 11 hours ago
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    buckhunter asked a questionKidney Cancer

    For those having a tough time with eating during chemo here is an interesting article.

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      GregP_WN

      Thanks for posting.

      10 days ago
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      Skyemberr

      Reading this again just to try to get some ideas. Thanks for posting!

      So far the banana milkshakes have been the winner fir me.

      7 days ago
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      GregP_WN

      Milkshakes are always a winner with me! I did use them daily to get through my last diagnosis. The surgery to my neck followed by radiation to both sides of my neck made swallowing almost impossible. I also refused the feeding tube that they said I would need. So mashed potatoes and gravy, milkshakes, apple sauce, pudding, and anything else that I could swallow and get to go down was a winner. It's tough!

      7 days ago
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