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Lymphedema is a condition in which excess lymphatic fluid collects in the interstitial tissue, causing swelling in specific areas of the body, usually in the arms or legs. Fortunately, with proper care and treatment, lymphedema may be prevented or controlled.
If you notice changes to your skin during or after radiation therapy, you are not alone. One common side effect of radiation therapy is skin irritation, such as redness or sensitivity, in the treated area. These and other changes can be uncomfortable and upsetting.
You should be able to fight cancer without having to deal with unpleasant side effects, like nausea and/or vomiting, along the way. Finding ways to control CINV is important not only to your quality of life, but also to ensuring that your treatment regime goes uninterrupted.
Peripheral neuropathy can be an upsetting complication of cancer. It can make daily activities, such as walking, standing, picking up objects, and buttoning clothing difficult. Thus, it is important to find ways to manage peripheral neuropathy.
If you are fighting cancer and dealing with oral health issues, such as mouth sores, you are not alone. Oral mucositis is an oral health complication that can result from cancer itself or from its treatment.
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