Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy has been a conventional medical strategy instituted to deal with cancer. It has  assisted many patients  to live longer and alleviate the symptoms caused by cancer. However, despite it being hailed as a dependable arsenal in the war against cancer, it has its dark side.


Although there is a percentage of cancer patients who will not experience side effects, many will experience a range of them. The side effects will usually start during the first few weeks of treatment and may become more intense with each treatment cycle .It is important therefore for oncologists and health providers to  discuss this with the patients but in some cases,this topic is skipped. Most patients are desperate and therefore the hope of a cure, they don't give much thought  to the issue of side effects. Patients can keep a useful record of their chemo treatment  and this can help them record the experienced side effects  and try to share them with the doctors.

Chemo affects all cells that grow and divide quickly in the body; these include both the normal (healthy )cells as well as the cancerous ones. Such cells include new blood cells in the bone marrow  or the cells  in the mouth, stomach, skin,hair and reproductive organs. Chemo has been found to damage health cells leading to the dreadful side effects.

Whether or not you experience side effects and how severe they are dependents on the type and dose of the drugs you are given  and your reaction from one treatment to the next. Most side effects are temporary and therefore can be managed. They tend to gradually  improve once the treatment stops and the normal cells recover. These short term side effects include :

* Fatigue
*loss of appetite
*Nausea
*Constipation
*Diarrhoea
*Hair loss
*Mouth sores
*Skin and nail problems
*Memory loss
*Hearing changes
*Increased risks of infection.

Chemo has also been observed to cause long- term effects that don't go away .These include damage to:

* Your heart
*Kidneys
*Reproductive organs
*Lungs
*Nerve endings

In the fight against cancer, one may try complementary therapies along side conventional medicine. Some therapies have been scientifically proven  to be effective, therapies like massage, counselling and meditation can help reduce anxiety

What if there was another way of dealing with cancer without necessarily going through chemo  and radiotherapy? This is a big what if, but that the questions we need to keep asking ourselves.

Watch this video on Chemotherapy:-  https://vimeo.com/233999538

Disclaimer: the principles contained here is not designed nor meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice, it is only achieved for educational confidences only. You should recognise full responsibility for the way you decide on to use this information.

Tags: Cancer, Cancer Survivors, Cancer Warriors.

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