If you have kaposi's and given doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) chemo - is amputation next?

Unlikely. It is highly unlikely to have to perform amputation for kaposi's sarcoma. That being said, every case is unique so ask your oncologist.

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If you have kaposi's sarcoma and are given doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) chemo is amputation still an option?

Sure but. Sure, amputation will still be an option- if nothing works. However, as much as possible, we try to avoid it...That is why we give chemo--like Doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) etc. There are some other chemo can be used if Doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) does not work- for example- paclitaxel, docetaxel, navelbine-- and off course, continue your HIV meds. Discuss further with your oncologist regarding treatment options.

Relief from mouth sore following doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) chemo?

MAGIC MOUTHWASH. Mouth sores can be a sign that your white blood cells have dropped. Get labs drawn. For relief of symptoms while discomfort resolves several combinations exist. My favorite: nystatin/maalox/carafate - very soothing. Other include: benadryl/nystatin/maalox - can burn and viscous lidocaine/nystatin/maalox - will numb your entire mouth/tounge.
Agree w Dr. Romero. A natural remedy to help with soothing includes rinsing with aloe vera juice twice a day. Energy moving or auricular acupuncture can also help with symptoms.

What is the treatment for mouth sores following doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) chemo?

B2. B2 - riboflavin will help heal mouth sores. Methionine is a Amino Acid helps heal collagen. Take at night glutamine 2gm daily will also heal the internal organs.

I keep having recurring inside mouth sore following doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) chemo - need a relief/cure?

Ask your oncologist. Your oncologist has the answer to it and he/she can help you to reduce the degree of the sores. Often it requires dose reduction and or lengthen the interval between your treatments (to 4 weeks instead of 3 weeks) which is Ok initially but later on, it takes longer for the mouth to fully heal before the next chemotherapy is administered.