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I just finished biochemo for stage III melanoma six months ago, a recent biopsy came back as severely atypical. What exactly does that mean?
Iron III hydroxide polymaltose complex + folic acid can help for me to get pregnant? This is what my doctor prescribed.
Does is safe to take testosteron after orchiectomy with very low testo. + active III tumor?My endocrynologist say it is contraindicated before chemo!?
Talk w/your: Endocrinologist. They would no the specifics of your case much better than we would. ...Read more
I had stage iii-b colon cancer and the tumor was removed surgically. I went to 2 oncologists who suggested different chemos: folfox vs. Capeox. I know that folfox is the standard. Does this mean it's better?
Equivalent choices: Capox is really an equivalent regimen to folfox. The difference is that the folfox regimen uses a drug (5- fluorouracil) that is given intravenously via a pump, wile the other regimen utilizes Capecitabine which is an oral version of the same drug which is activated preferentially in the tumor cells. There is a slight difference in the schedule, but these are really considered interchangeable. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: The prognosis for wilms tumor really depends on the stage of disease and how it looks under the microscope. Generally patients with localized disease and favorable histology wilms tumor do very well while the prognosis for metastatic wilms tumor is not as good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Flavedon: Read this article first===>http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/trimetazidine. The drug is principally used now for patients with angina (heart pain) and has been shown to be effective. It should not be used if you have any movement disorders such a s restless leg syndrome or parkinson's-like neurologist symptoms. Rad the side effects and you and your doctor van decide whether its right for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For a 30 year female patient diagnosed with stage iii-b colon cancer, what are the expected specific rather than general side effects of folfox?
Depends on person: Folfox is a combination of chemo drugs, including oxaliplatin and Fluorouracil (5fu), and leucovorin and varies a bit by how and when they are given. The side effect profile includes suppression of bone marrow function, neuropathy (numbness or tingling), GI symptoms, fatigue, hair loss, mouth sores, , rash, and others. Individuals will experience varying degrees and types of side effects. ...Read more
I have aggressive strand of HPV and very weak immune system. As a result, I have had 2 leep and still have cin-iii. Is there anything else i can do?
Severe dysplasia: Cin 3 is a serious condition. Please speak to your md. If you would like a second opinion, a gynecologic-oncologist (gyn-onc) is a great resource. Voice your concerns to your provider. You deserve answers. ...Read more