I am glad you are doing well. I started to lose my hair after my second treatment. I never completely lost my hair. It just thined out a lot,so I had my hairdresser shave my head. Got tired of dealing with hair everywhere. I am doing fine,just had a chemo treatment on Wednesday and I only have one more scheduled treatment. I am not sure if anyone has warned you about constipation. A lot of the naseau meds cause consitpation. I use senokot and/or miralax...whatever I have in the house. You will want to stay on top of it.I use biotene toothpaste to help with dry mouth and to avoid mouth sores. There is a biotene mouthwash you may want to try it. Also for me my side effects lessened with each treatment ( except the tiredness). Are you on taxol/carbo? Good Luck. Julie
saw you were going through your first chemo treatment. I hope everything went well. For me I felt the most tired 2 days after my chemo treatment. Also don't forget to take your naseau meds. It is easier to control if you take meds before the naseau sets in. Good Luck. Julie
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