By National Cancer Institute
Having melanoma doesn't suggest that you will have ache. but when you do, you could deal with such a lot of your soreness with medication and different remedies. This e-book will provide help to paintings along with your medical professionals, nurses, and others to discover how to regulate your ache. it is going to talk about factors of discomfort, medicinal drugs, the right way to consult your medical professional, and different themes which could assist you. during this booklet, your 'health care staff' can suggest any of the pros you spot as a part of your treatment. those may possibly comprise your oncologist, your loved ones healthcare professional, nurses, actual therapists, pharmacists, oncology social staff, clergy participants, and others. you could learn it from entrance to again. otherwise you should want to learn assorted components as you would like them. there's a checklist of assets towards the top of the publication. there's additionally a web page the place you could write down notes and preserve music of the medicinal drugs you take. This part additionally incorporates a pattern soreness keep watch over list.
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Do not increase the dose of medicine on your own. Managing and Preventing Side Effects Some pain medicines may cause: • • • • Constipation (trouble passing stools) Drowsiness (feeling sleepy) Nausea (upset stomach) Vomiting (throwing up) Usually these side effects last only a few days. But if they last longer, your doctors can change the medicine or dose you’re taking. Or they may also add another medicine to your pain control plan to control the side effects. Keep in mind that constipation will only go away if it’s treated.
Remember: Always talk with your doctor before using any complementary pain treatments. Some may interfere with your cancer treatment. Chapter 8 Your Feelings and Pain “At first I wasn't able to do the things I used to do. I couldn't mow my lawn or work in my garden. ” —Juan Having pain and cancer affects every part of your life. It can affect not only your body, but your thoughts and feelings as well. Whether you have a lot of pain or a little, if it’s constant, you may feel like you aren’t able to focus on anything else.
He or she can also prescribe a stronger drug. Both methods are safe and effective under your doctor’s care. Do not increase the dose of medicine on your own. Managing and Preventing Side Effects Some pain medicines may cause: • • • • Constipation (trouble passing stools) Drowsiness (feeling sleepy) Nausea (upset stomach) Vomiting (throwing up) Usually these side effects last only a few days. But if they last longer, your doctors can change the medicine or dose you’re taking. Or they may also add another medicine to your pain control plan to control the side effects.
Pain Control Support for People With Cancer (Health Psychology Research Focus) by National Cancer Institute