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I had my first AC treatment of chemo on Wed. & then neulasta on Thurs. was in bed all day Fri. bounced back and was fine on Sat. Will my treatment get worse or stay the same as treatments go?

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Learning About Breast Cancer almost 8 years
 
  • K G Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2011
    My Oncologist told me that the first experience should be indicative of the rest. My first A/C was the hardest and got easier---minus the fatigue. That definitely addedcup. You should be good!
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  • Ali S Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2011
    The only thing that got worse steadily for me was the fatigue. It builds up. But it got better when I was done. It does linger for a long time after, but doesn't feel anything like it did on chemo. Best wishes to you
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    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Got second dose today and I'm definitely more tired and had more nausea today. Hoping it gets better faster. Neualsta Shot tomorrow. Yea me. ;@)
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    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    The fatigue got worse and lost my appetite as each treatment went by. I always tried to stay hydrated.
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  • shen cruces Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 3A Patient
    I'm on my third round right now and it is pretty close to what I experienced during the first round... Best of luck to you
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  • kim sosa Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I having been drinking plenty of water but have had no nausea or very little fatigue. I was just fatigue after the neaulasta shot. Hopefully it stays this way!
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    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    The fatigue got progressively worse for me. I experienced very bland foods which made me lose my appetite. However, no nausea throughout the chemo.
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  • Vicki Gemmill Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I'm taking Claritin for neustla shot but really need benedryl to get to sleep. Is that ok and safe?
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