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User Voices for Oxaliplatin

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Oxaliplatin

Abdominal Pain

... would like to say congratulations on your battle. You should be very proud for all that you have accomplished with your surgery and the fight. It does look like your abdominal pain could be side eff...


Source: Abdominal Pains for CC patients

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Headache

... is currently at home now with his chemo ball of 5FU which the home health nurse will detach on Thursday. All seems to be going normally now. He is beginning to get really bad headaches that he is t...


Source: Chemo Kink

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Somnolence

Hello! My husband was diagnosed with stage 3B colon cancer in July, 2007. Had a surgery in August. the recovery was pretty long and painful: diarrhea, constipation, stomach pain. He was on a diet ...


Source: Hello, I am newly diagnosed

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Insomnia

... was tough! Currently undergoing oxaliplatin /5-FU treatment: 6 treatments done, 6 to go. Some days are OK, some days are real bad: stomach pain is unbearable, insomnia , fatigue, headaches. Neuropathy ...


Source: Hello, I am newly diagnosed

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Headache

... Currently undergoing oxaliplatin /5-FU treatment: 6 treatments done, 6 to go. Some days are OK, some days are real bad: stomach pain is unbearable, insomnia, fatigue, headaches . Neuropathy is bad, but...


Source: Hello, I am newly diagnosed

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