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Topic After cancer treatment

Finished treatment? Trying to find a new normal or perhaps feeling a bit lost and anxious - share experiences and practical tips with other members and the online team.

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After cancer surgery

Started by Anonymous on 19 December 2017 at 11:09

After my op in october I start chemo in January im still experience tingling above my knees bearing in mind the surgeon went across does anybody have this .

Is this normal where should I be in my recovery everybody says im doing well dont feel it 

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    From SusieQ  
    19 December 2017 at 13:57
    Edited on: 19 December 2017 at 13:59


    I can understand that you're keen to hear from others who have had simlar surgery to yourself - it can feel very lonely when you're at home recouperating. You may feel your recovery is slower, or different to others who have had the same surgery - so it's always worth phoning your specialist nurse, or checking with your GP (who will know the extent of your surgery). Hopefully they can give some reassurance...

    I'll message you to find out a bit more about the tingling you're feeling, and where exactly that is...

    Warm wishes




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