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    Hi everyone, My father has undergone chemo-radiation treatment for the curing laryngeal (head and neck) cancer. However, after 2-3 months, he is feeling extremly drowsy and have occassionaly been hallucinating. Sodum level is 1.31 instead of normaal 135-145. However, it doesnt seem that low. Has anyone undergone this side effect or have any comments. I am really concerned. Please help

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    • dmehta20 has replied to a post on the message board

      Thanks Susan. Really appreciated. Will keep in touch

      April 16, 2015 view post
      • dmehta20 has replied to a post on the message board

        Thanks Tom. Glad you replied.  However, I somehow I think in my father's case, it is getting severe now. He forgets the most recent thing. However my best wishes with you. God Bless Will stay in touch.

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          Hi my father has undergone 7 weeks of chemo and 8 radiation cycles. He is having laryngeal cancer. After the treatment suddenly, the haemoglobin level dropped to very low and needs a blood transfusion.  My major concern is he is having short term memory losses. Did anyone of you'll have any such similar experiences ?

          April 16, 2015 view discussion
          • dmehta20 has created a new message board discussion

            Hi my father has undergone 7 weeks of chemo and 8 radiation cycles. After the treatment suddenly, the haemoglobin level dropped to very low and needs a blood transfusion.  My major concern is he is having short term memory losses. Did anyone of you'll have any such similar experiences ?

            April 16, 2015 view discussion
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