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Diet for Cancer Treatment Side Effects
Soreness and tenderness in the mouth and throat are not uncommon. If your swallowing difficulties are minor, the following suggestions may help

Nausea is a common side effect of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. It may be due to the treatment or the cancer itself. If you experience it after surgery, be sure to discuss this with your doctor or medical team. Here are some practical tips to help with nausea: Eat meals slowly. Eat small portions of food frequently. Having some food in your stomach may help you feel better. Low-fat, bland and salty foods usually work best. Avoid greasy, fried and strongly spiced foods.

Vomiting Vomiting may follow nausea and be brought on by treatment or food odors. If vomiting is severe or lasts for more than a day or two, contact your doctor. Visualization and relaxation exercises may help. Here are some other tips:

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