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مُساهمةموضوع: Radiotherapy Side Effects    الثلاثاء نوفمبر 23, 2010 11:41 pm

Radiotherapy Side Effects
Radiotherapy can cause some side-effects. Details of these will be discussed with you by your Consultant Clinical Oncologist prior to starting your treatment as part of the consent process.
On your first day of treatment a radiographer will discuss them with you again and offer advice on how to minimise and manage any effects you may experience.
As your treatment progresses your treatment team will be talking to you each day to find out how you are feeling so they can offer help and support as your treatment progresses.
In the meantime, a summary of the most common side effects can be found below, to give you an indication of what may occur during your treatment.
It is important to remember that these side effects do not affect everyone and are dependent upon the area being treated. Additionally, everyone is an individual and will react to radiotherapy differently.
If during treatment you feel that any other symptoms become worse or that you are feeling generally less well, let the radiographers know, as the doctor may like to see you.
Short Term Side Effects (up to 3 months)
Few side effects of radiotherapy can be generalised for all patients as the majority depend upon the area of the body being treated, the list below has been organised with this in mind.
It is advised that all patients should read the general section as well as the area specific section relating to their radiotherapy treatment.
General
Head and Neck
Chest
Abdomen and Pelvis
General
Hair Loss
Depending on your treatment, it may be necessary to irradiate an area of your hair. This will cause your hair to fall out in that area. We will discuss this with you and make some suggestions about how to deal with it. Any hair you do lose may or may not regrow after treatment, depending on the radiation dose the area has received.
Nausea
Depending on the area being treated, and the course of treatment your Consultant Clinical Oncologist has prescribed, you may find that you feel nauseous during radiotherapy. This will settle down once your treatment has finished. If necessary you may have medication to help relieve this, and we will advise you about good eating habits during treatment and when you may not be feeling very well.
Pain
You may find that your pain in the area where you are having treatment gets a bit worse before it gets better. If your pain medication is not helping let the radiographers or your Doctor know so that it can be addressed.
Skin Reactions
Depending upon the length of your treatment you may find that during treatment the skin over the treatment area becomes reddened and is sore to touch. This may be particularly noticeable in any area where the skin is folded, such as between the buttocks. The soreness may become quite severe towards the end of your course of treatment and for a couple of weeks after it has finished. We will give you advice about how to look after your skin when you come for treatment. Any reactions you may have will settle down over a few weeks.
Tiredness
Some people can feel quite tired during treatment and this is due to a variety of reasons such as having to travel to the hospital daily as well as the treatment itself. Plenty of rest and drinking at least one and a half litres of water a day can help. You will find that your energy level improves once your treatment has finished.
Head and Neck
Appetite
You may find that during treatment you lose your appetite. This should return once your treatment is finished. Meanwhile eat small portions of what you like when you feel like it. Let us know so that we may help you with some information and ideas or refer you to a dietician if necessary.
Mouth and throat soreness
If you are receiving treatment to the head and neck area the lining of your mouth, throat and possibly your tongue may become sore and uncomfortable, depending upon the exact area of your treatment.
You may find it painful to drink fluids that are very hot or very cold. You will receive advice about keeping your mouth and teeth in good condition during treatment. You may lose your sense of taste and find that your saliva becomes thicker and drier for a while. Your throat will become sore towards the end of treatment. This should settle in a few weeks once your treatment has been completed.
Management of these side effects may involve medication and dietary advice. As your treatment progresses the radiographers will be talking to you each day to find out how you are feeling. This is so that they can offer help and support if the treatment cause you any problems.
Voice quality
Towards the end of treatment you may find that your voice becomes rather hoarse. This will gradually subside once treatment has finished.
Chest
Breathlessness
Any breathlessness or cough that you have before treatment may temporarily get worse during radiotherapy. You may find in any case that during treatment you feel more breathless. This is due to the cells in the lungs becoming inflamed. It may be quite uncomfortable for a while and may affect your life style for a period of time after your treatment has finished.
Swallowing difficulties and Indigestion
If you are receiving radiotherapy to the central part of your chest area you may find that swallowing becomes painful during treatment. You may find you have some indigestion between meals and when you lie down. We will give you advice about how you may change your eating and drinking habits to help the discomfort. This problem will go away gradually once your treatment is finished.
Abdomen and Pelvis
Change in bowel habits
During treatment some patients experience the need to have bowel movements more frequently and with greater urgency than usual. You may find that you have some diarrhoea. We will give you advice about how you can manage this. Your bowel habits should return to normal a few weeks after treatment is finished. If you find that, for whatever reason, you are constipated during treatment, let us know so that we may give suitable advice.
Rectal discomfort/irritation
During treatment you may experience some rectal pain or irritation, and you may be aware of some rectal bleeding for the first time. This is because radiotherapy can irritate the lining of the rectum and it may persist for a while once treatment is finished. Let us know if this occurs.
Urinary discomfort
Towards the end of treatment you may find that you have to pass urine more frequently and more urgently than usual and you may need to get up several times in the night. If you experience pain or burning when you pass urine, let us know so that we can investigate and rule out any bladder or urinary tract infections. This discomfort will gradually subside once treatment has finished.
Long Term Side Effects (from 6months after finishing treatment)
Most treatment side effects settle down during the first month or so following the end of your treatment. Modern radiotherapy techniques and an ever-increasing awareness of the reasons why long-term side effects occur are reducing the likelihood of long term problems. While you are unlikely to be affected by them, it is important that you are aware of their existence so that you may make an informed choice about your proposed radiotherapy. Short courses of radiotherapy are unlikely to produce any long term side effects, as the amount of treatment you will receive is relatively small.
If you wish to learn more about possible long term side effects, click here.
If you are concerned about symptoms you continue to have once your treatment is completed, contact your Consultant Clinical Oncologist and he/she will discuss them with you, and if necessary see you in clinic.
For a glossary of terms please click here.





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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Radiotherapy Side Effects    الأربعاء نوفمبر 24, 2010 12:39 am

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