Colleen shares if she experiences peripheral neuropathy as a side effect from chemotherapy for ovarian cancer.
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Yes and namely I believe that due to taxol and I still had it today and it gets worse and worse with each dose. And it’s the burning and tingling and the numbness sensation that develops in the feet and the hands. And to just gums stokes using to the breakdown of the tissues from chemotherapy. It a can be done with if you just have to recognize you can’t be on your feet. And my feet area not to the point where they hurt, and I have to be really careful about standing too ling. Or doing things I just get really tired in my feet, start to be aching. And not much you can really do about it at this point.
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