Overall increase is small, though, adding 1 cancer per 1,000 women treated
by Cazzie on Fri Mar 08, 2013 05:40 AM
by barb1214 on Wed Mar 13, 2013 02:44 AM
My friend had a distal and splenectomy for PC nearly 3 years ago. It took her close to 8 weeks to feel reasonably good. By 8 weeks, her weight was starting to get back to normal and she was going for walks, doing light housekeeping and cooking. She didn't have a great apetite afterward and forced herself to eat small amounts every 2 hours. She kept her diet pretty bland and low in fat and sugar. She experienced some nausea and gas but that subsided. She now doesn't have too much trouble with nausea except right after chemo. Her apetite is pretty normal now, but she doesn't eat high fat foods and watches the sugar.
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