In 2008 diagnosed ovc stage 2 hysterectomy did six rounds taxol/ carbo. Ever since suffer nueropathy in the feet, somedays very bad, plus lots of joint pain all over. Oncologists says not realated, to chemo. at this point in time as of may 2009. i beg to differ, what is your opinion on this. I am not diabetic either as of Feb 2009. My numbers are holding as of Aug 2009. Still suffer lots of fatique also
Both Taxol (paclitaxel) and Paraplatin (carboplatin) are known to cause neuropathy. However, these are the two most effective drugs against ovarian cancer. It is great that you are doing well as of now. I hope you continue to be in remission.
Neuropathy induced by chemotherapy is known to be slowly reversible. You may seek a neurologist's opinion on pain relief. Joint pain can not be attributed to past chemotherapy.
All the best, and God Bless!
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