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FOLFOX- how many treatments did you make it through? Lasting symptoms?

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I just had Folfox #5 today and vomited while there. That was the first time this happened. I usually get sick on disconnect day. So I wanted to know how many people make it through all 12 treatments? What symptoms did you have and are still lasting? Did you stop treatments and did your onc agree with it? What stage were you? What was the hardest part for you? Did you get a CT scan and CEA level after 3 months and how long until next one? I know everyone is different and tolerate it different but it's nice to see how other people get through it. If you finished Folfox did you have a reccurrance after having clean scans?

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But I had been told that they didn't know nor would they ever know if the Folfox would benefit me. If/when my cancer comes back, they will not be able to say it was delayed by the Folox; if it never comes back they won't be able to attribute that to the Folfox either. My onc was very clear about the uncertainty of efficacy of Folfox for my cancer (metastatic mucinous adenocarcinoma of the appendix; Stage IV, but no lymph nodes involved.)

Side effects were extreme for me (neuropathy, hand-foot syndrome, first bite syndrome, and a blindingly painful anal fissure that I was told would not heal until after I was done with chemo.) I decided that the known problems were not worth the unknown benefit, and chose to discontinue.

4 years later, I still have some residual neuropathy, tho it only has minimal impact on my life.

However, Folfox is known to be effective against colon cancer. If my cancer had been different, I might have struggled through one or 2 more rounds.

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6 rounds this year, 5 last year.  Neuropathy in the fingertips, it feels like I have something on my fingers but I can't feel the strings on my guitar, can't deal cards, etc.  Folfox will only delay my colon cancer.  Last year I had mets in the liver.  Wonder what it'll be this year!

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I had 8 treatments of FolFox6 + Avastin and then 5 weeks radiation. Unfortunately, the FolFox didn't help me as much as the onc had hoped, but everyone is different. It was a tough ride. I was tired most of the time and only managed to work part-time. Slept til noon many days. I remember the nausea and vomiting. And yes, the neuropathy set in pretty quickly. I still feel it a bit in my feet a year later. It is managable though - the neuropathy I mean. I think I had mouth sores and gum bleeding as well. It's definitely no picnic. I'm praying for you and sending good vibes your way. Hang in there.

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Hi Sandy,

I was staged as stage II A/B ( whatever that means?) I made it through only 5 treatments with Folfox and my onc said "No more!" The neuropthy in my feet, hands and arms was very severe.It started with the 3rd treatment and by the 5th I was walking with a walker. She then had me on Xeloda only and that lasted through 4 more treatments at which time my feet, that were already numb, started turning various odd colors and cracked and bled. I also was having nosebleeds. My onc decided that 9 treatments of some kind of chemo was enough. I was disappointed but I agreed that my body could take no more, especially since I was only stage II.

During chemo my worst symptoms were horrendous fatigue and neuropathy. I also had some vision problems which corrected itself a few months after stopping chemo. My teeth were in excellent condition one week prior to surgery.I have since had to have 9 crowns and my dentist says it was absolutely the chemo that caused the damage.I do have residual effects from the chemo over 2 yrs later. I still have neuropathy, I am still fighting fatigue, I have chemobrain.

I am almost 3 years out from diagnosis and surgery and finished my chemo in May of 2010.I had 3 month check-ups for the first year, the went to every 6 months up until the present. I have had 4 clear CT scans since finishing chemo and 1 MRI. I am due a PET/CT next week...never had a PET before, so I am anxious.

I see on your bio that you are staged as IV so your situation would be different, especially having the option to quit chemo with your oncs blessing.I hope that you have been given anti nausea meds? If not, ask for some and take them before you go for chemo.If it doesn't work ask for another kind. There are several out there...some work better and faster than others.

Good luck and good wishes for you.

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Sorry you are having hard time of it. I got through all 12 tx, 4 before surgery, 8 after. Last tx sept. 2010. I'm about your age, dx with stage iv with 1 met to liver. Have been NED since surgery. Are you on Zofran for nausea? It worked for me. I also took alpha lipoic acid, a supplement supposed to help with neuropathy. I had mostly tingling and numbness, unpleasant but not debilitating. I did have to get the shot of neulasta after each tx, starting about halfway through due to low WBC counts. I was fatigued/spent a lot of time resting, especially in days right after. Had really dry nasal passages, too, so had a vaporizer. Everything got worse toward the end, with same issues to greater severity. I hated the neuropathy and the pump by disconnect day. Neuropathy eventually cleared up after tx stopped. you hang in there. You're nearly halfway done.

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You should ask your doctor to do your CEA monthly when you go in for treatment. When on my chemo, I had my CEA taken and the results every month. This way you know if your CEA is a good factor for you (mine is)but you can't get upset over every rise point (when I was NED it would go up a point or two, then back down a point or two)but the reason for the CEA is to see if it's going up 5, 8 or more points up. Plus if it's staying steady or just rising a point or two it helps with knowing that your chemo is working while waiting that time in between. My CEA has been good marker for me, I didn't go in for July CEA although I was supposed to, I went in August instead, I'm regretting that transgression just a wee bit. They should be taking blood looking at potassium counts, etc., anyway, what's a little extra vial???
Hope your nausea was just a one time deal.
Winter Marie

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I finished all 12 about 3 1/2 years ago and still have neuropathy. I was Stage IIIB but am now Stage IVa because of a small liver met I had surgically removed early this year.

The liver met developed from a very tiny spot viewed on my CT at original dx. It didn't change for over 3 years.

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Finished all 12 weeks a year ago.
He was staged 3B.
The chemo had to be reduced several times due to heart pain.
No problems with nausea or diarrhea.
We feel that change of diet and excercise made a difference
with side effects.
He still has some neuropathy in his fingers and feet.
He just had his 3 month lab work....cea normal....still ned.
Take care....linda

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I am a stage 3b with 3 nodes and no mets. I had 12 treatments (Oxali with 5FU from March 7, 2012 - August 23,2012). My scans are on 9/18/12, then every 6 months for first 3 years and the repeat colonoscopy in Jan 2013, then yearly. I feel fortunate because I started with clean scans taken before the actual Dx.

My side effects - on disconnect day TIRED. Because I could not sleep while connected (??). Diarrhea for 2 or 3 days after disconnect. Pills helped with that. I also lost 60 pounds in total. Neurpoathy hands, feet, lips, teeth and tongue. Hopefully that will improve.

CEA with cancer was a 7 then three months later while in chemo was 0.08. Onc will do CEA monthly to start then every three months.

I did not stop treatment but was delayed one week on #8 because platetlets were low. They came back nicely.

Now I focus on the Wellness program offerred free from the Hospital (8 weeks of monitored exercise and yoga and Nutritional guidance from a RD who specializes in cancer patients)

Each day I have a little more energy. I tried to clean the whole house today and finished half (that's ok).

If you can get through 5.....trust me you can get through to 12. There were times I was so tired I felt out of my mind, but slowly you come back.

I focus on all the things I love doing and how I can reach out and help others that this horrible cancer has touched.

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I had 11 treatments. Neuropathy, tanking blood numbers and general fatigue really took its toll on me the last few treatments. My onc was a researcher and showed me on a research site, what the difference was between 11 and 12 treatments - less than 2% stat-wise. I gave up that 2% for a much better quality of life, not sure how bad things would have gotten with that last treatment, but I am glad I never got to fin out.
So far no recurrence, just recover.

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I'm a rectal cancer survivor, stage 3C, so my Folfox treatment was a bit different. 4 treatments of Folfox followed by radiation and chemo and ending with 4 more treatments of Folfox. I had all the side effects and loss of hair (which my oncologist said wouldn't happen). Neuropathy is the one still with me but it's livable. I also had mouth sores, nausea (treated successfully with medicine), cold discomfort, bad metallic taste from food and others I've blocked. The mouthsores and neuropathy were the worst for me. My oncologist stopped my treatment because of those two. I did not have the final Folfox treatment. I had clean scans for the first 2 1/2 years following treatment. Just recently had a lung nodule appear in my most recent ct and petscan. It was removed with clean margins. I do believe the Folfox, though wretched, gave me 2 1/2 years to live life and see my son meet his special love. They'll be married a year from now. I'm planning on sticking around for their wedding. Folfox is tough - no doubt about it. Good luck to you.

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I am one cycle behind you...I just had number 4 today. I have the fatigue, lack of appetite, some neuropathy, some diarrhea, and the mouth issues. I did throw up after treatment number 1... Thankfully I have not had that since. They are adding Neulasta on Thursday... My chemo was cancelled last week due to low WBC. I am not looking forward to the possibility of bone pain from the Neulasta ... I did get the Claritin ...which is supposed to help along with Tylenol and if needed Percocet.

I had to ask for my Cea to be run last week...the number came back at .9 ...so that was good. I am hoping to make it thru all 12 treatments.. I am a IIIb with signet ring (which is aggressive) so I will do what I can to keep this at bay...even if it means having to deal with the side effects of the chemo. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers Sandy.


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I made it thru all 2..
I have neuropathy.. in hands and feet...
It never made me sick but very tired..
we discovered me CEA doesn't register...
I had a pet scan and found mets in my lungs... thou my colon is clean and so are my lymph nodes.. hmmmm..
If I had known the neuropathy gets worse after the treatments end.. I would have refused to take any more of it once I started to feel it..

Speak to your dr...

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I was a stage IIIb diagnosed 3 years ago in August 2009. I had 12 Folfox treatments between September 2009 and early April 2010. A couple of treatments were delayed by a week due to low blood counts.

Side effects I had were neuropathy in my fingers and feet, the first bite pain, and extreme fatigue on the day of disconnect and the day or two following that. Now, 3 years later, the neuropathy in my fingers is almost entirely gone (not even noticeable unless I think about it) and my feet are much, much better than they were, though there's still a little numbness in my toes and the pad of my foot behind the toes. Oddly I still occasionally get a slight touch of the first bite pain, but it's essentially gone. I never had issues with nausea or vomiting. I had medication for nausea with my infusion before the pump connect, and I had a bottle of prescription medication for nausea at home with strict instructions to take it immediately if I had even a hint of nausea. Once or twice I did take it and that was about it.

The hardest part for me was the fatigue for the couple of days following disconnect. I really couldn't do much more than get in bed and sleep a lot.

I have been lucky and haven't had any recurrance since completing treatment. All my scans, exams, and labwork have been good.

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Folfox is 5FU, is that correct? I've sort of lost track a little bit, but think I'm currently on treatment 34. After infusion and getting my pump hooked up, I'm pretty weak and tired, very unsteady on my feet and a very thick fog in the head. After the pump comes out, it's a physical battle to stay awake long enough to get home. I'm Stage IV.

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Hi: I had 14 treatments of folfirinox (irenotecan + oxaliplatin + 5Fu pump) and made it through not too badly (lots of diarrhea and fatigue)until I ended up in the hospital with a perforated bowel (3 months in hospital). I can't resume that treatment because of the
diarrhea issue. I am now having a bit of neuropathy in hands primarily.

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Folfox = Oxaliplatin / 5fu / Leucovorin

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Thanks, Craig. My first onc took me off of Oxaliplatin after about 12 treatments due to the neuropathy. I don't recall when I went off Leucovorin, no later than April 2010 though.

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I just ended chemo last week.
I made it through 6 Folfox treatments. Had allergic reactions on #^ and &. So did #& and * without Oxi, just the ironotecean and 5fu pump. Major fatigue, blurry viion, chemo brain.

My feet are wonky from neuropathy. No clue if it will last.


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I had a swollen tongue on oxaliplatin with xeloda and avastin and they thought that was probably an allergy to oxaliplatin so stopped it. Had 4 cycles with it and hated it- had it through a peripheral iv line (no port) so got arm pain really badly for several days and started to get the cold intolerance and neuropathy coming on so was pleased to be given an excuse to stop it. Some nausea and tiredness but still able to work full time and only once vomited at the chemo unit.

We are all individual and no one can predict how you will fair.


PS I think Peggy above 'had an allergic reaction on 6 and 7. So did 7 and 8 without oxi' if I interpret her problems with the shift key right.

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Began to get to a point where the platelet levels were damaged with Oxy...part of a condition called ITP.

Cycles began to move further and further out as platelets levels halved with each infusion...got down to the low 50's and would not climb...so we discontinued and we stayed with Xeloda and Avastin to finish out the protocol.

Recurred...etc. etc.

Mostly recovered from the neuropathy, but still some tingling in hands and feet.

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I was diagnosed stage 3C.
Missed a lot of time due to white cell and then platlet counts.
I didn't make it through all twelve scheduled treatments.
I got every symtom in the pamplet, except ironicly, hair loss.
The onc said I was exhibiting symtoms most patients experience after eight rounds after my second treatment.
The worst for me was the nausea and food tasting foul/wierd.
I lost 55 lbs starting at 210 to a low of 155 lbs.
Still suffering from neurapathy almost two years after my last Folfox treatment
I had a CT at the end of treatment, a second last November and my third will be this coming November.
CEA tests every three months - 1.1

Praying there will never be a recurrance.

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I made it through 10 treatments. FolFox put me in the hospital for 16 days. (2 stays x 8 Days) I lost some hearing, eye sight, feeling in my toes, feeling in the last two finger in both hands, and still and cancer reoccur.

In the same issue, my odds of living past 60 months was 35%. Scary at best! I am an engineer and looked at a lot of possibilities for treatment. FolFox had the best results at the time. (Stage 3B Signet Ring Cell) I am now doing the juicing thing, easing into the Gerson
Style diet. Consulting tomorrow for surgery, again.

Bottom Line: Do the treatment that is best for you! If that is not successful, Plan B!

Best Always, mike

PS I would think long and hard about alternatives before I did FolFox again.

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i made it through 24 treatments of FolFox6 with Erbitux.
there were two times that they had to stop the treatments...
first time was due to the extensive skin rash and infections in my eyes and nose from the Erbitux.
the second time was with mouth sores from the FolFox6 (not sure which is was from)

the neuopathy problem is always there... and sounds like it doesn't go away anytime soon.

i've been finished with FolFox since July 3, 2012.

on Monday, sept 17th i begin "maintenance chemo treatments" to keep the small amounts of remaining cancer, where they are and to keep them from growing or spreading.

well, at least Thats the plan.

I begin Xeloda with Avastin next week.


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"Say it ain't so, Joe..."


Hang in there, man!


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I had colonrectal stage 3, surgery in March. Dr. has me on 5-fluorouracil think that is folfox and oxaliplatin. Finished 6 with 6 more to go. I had symptoms right from the start,everything everyone else has had. I take the anti-nausea medicine, so damn tired specially when I get the pump off. I also have the first week when I've tried to drink something cold the feeling of glass in my throat. Every time I go in to see the Dr. I try to get him to lower it a little at a time. I hate chemo, can't stand the thought of going back but it's all I have to trust that the Dr's know what they're doing. I had it in only 1 lymph node out of 58 so they say this is preventative chemo. I take it a day at a time and 1 treatment at a time, sometimes I think I can't go 1 more but then I force myself. I just started feeling better after the surgery and then started the chemo which took me right back to feeling like crap. I have to walk with a cane as feel weak all the time. The worst symptom I feel can't really be describe except that it is an all over feeling of being poisoned. Best wishes to you and while i'm at it me too.

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Hello MS Kautz

you sound like you would be a perfect candidate for some 420!
(some good old fashioned ganja, mary-jane, you know... Weed!

find some and get that in you!
you'll relax, you'll feel better and you'll make it through this crap!

my best


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Hey Craig

yep... a bit nervous about getting re-started with chemo.

i feel so damn good that I wonder why i have to go onto maintenance.

it feels real good to feel good.

but, honestly... I have a 3 day weekend with my wife and family to really get my head on straight to be ready to attack this stuff.... again.

cheers my friend.


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i just got rpund 6 of oxaliplatin on 5fu pump now. I got nauseated and got a migraine while at the hospital today. Onc says we might need to postpone next round due to platelets taking an 80 point dive Last round. Have had basically every imaginable side effect, even the really abnormal ones so an extra week or two off might be really nice. Seems doubtful at this point that I will finish all 12 rounds. Halfway scans scheduled for next week. Fingers crossed!  (33yo stage 3c lynch syndrome colon cancer)

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Welcome  to the board.  We're happy  to have you here, but sorry you have to be here and  I'm sorry you are having some nasty  problems with  the oxaliplatin and 5-fu.  The thread you  have posted to is an old one, begun several years ago. Several of the contributors are no longer with us.  Maybe you could start a new thread and get more input. People here are very helpful and   generous in sharing information. . . and  virtual hugs, when needed Smile




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Sorry you have this dreaded disease, and such a young age. 

As Lizzard mentioned, this is a really old post, and several of our friends have now passed on (oh, just look at their sweet names. So sad!). We would love to have you post a new thread and introduce yourself, and let us welcome you. 

Here is the link http://csn.cancer.org/forum/128  Just see on the right where it says under Colorectal Cancer - Post new Forum topic. 

Again, welcome. 

Sue - Trubrit

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I was able to do all 12 but I did have a tough time with the cold weather. I also had some mild to moderate neuropathy but it didn't effect walking or anything. I still have very mild numbness in my hands and feet but it hasn't stopped me from playing guitar.

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Stage 4 colon mets to liver.  Just had my 14th FolFox 5 treatment with take-home pump.  Colon mass is nearly gone and liver masses are about half gone.  Numb fingers down to the palms and numb toes, slightly off balance when walking ,  itchy head scalp and skin--- must shower every day,  taste for food is off a bit.   Doc pulled me off of Oxiplammallion (sp)  at treatment number 11 due to side effects  --  all other chemo drugs remain.  Next Ct Scan is early March.


Just starting on Alkaline Water (1 qt per day)  and CBD Hemp Oil extract with Docs blessing and is compatitble with Folfox 5 drugs .  We shall see.  Lots of folks have good luck with these two remedies.


Stay close to God thru it all.

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Any success with CBD?

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I just finished my 9 th treatment of 12.  I have low white blood cell count and platelet count.  I may have to wait a week between treatments if they go any lower due to the treatment I just had.  Symptoms are neuropathy - I have numbness and tingling in my hands and feet, but no pain.  I use my hands at work so I am concerned but I'd rather change jobs than die....

I have severe fatigue and some nausea.  I take Emend for the nausea. It is expensive but worth it.  I have numbness in my mouth and my lips as well.  That's one symptom I don't hear many others complain of.  Also have pretty bad hair loss, really bad taste in my mouth, it hurts to take first bite and to cry (like salt on an open wound), and I have altered bowel habits and bad gas (TMI sorry). 

I have 3c (T4aN2b), basically one cell layer away from stage 4 so I want all 12 treatments.  I had reduced oxaliplatin dose for the last two treatments.  I didn't notice any relief of symptoms with the reduction.  I will take all 12 treatments.  If neuropathy suddenly worsens a lot, I'll take 5FU without the oxaliplatin. 

Thankfully I have a very supportive husband.  I have twin 3 yo girls who need lots of attention.  I disconnect on Sat, so Sat and Sun are my bad days.  When I get too tired, I just disappear to my room.  My husband takes over wonderfully.  It's kinda sad though; my girls are becoming accustomed to hearing "Mommy doesn't feel good."  They know to look for my pump before getting on my lap.  Today I mentioned to my husband something about it being "monday after chemo."  One of my girls said, "what's chemo, mommy?"  Something a parent should never have to hear their child say.  Ugh.


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There's no such thing a TMI on this forum. You've gotta know, we talk about everything. Part of the reason some of us are as far along as we are (as in Stage IV) is because of our culutral reluctance to talk about our personal bowel habbits or hemmeroids or rectal pain, or......  well, you get the idea. 

Knowledge is power, so we share it all. 

Don't push your body too far, especially with the neuropathy. I'm glad your Onc is cutting it back. 

Sue - Trubrit

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Stage IV.  First time post surgery, I did 12 rounds FOLFOX plus Avastin.  First recurrance, I did 8 round pre-surgery FOLFOX and 6 round post-surgery FOLFOX plus Avastin.  Stood at 6 because I got a high fever during infusion and my onc said no more.  Second recurrance, switched to XELIRI plus Avastin did 12 rounds and stopped because the diarreha was so bad.  Third recurrance, only 6 rounds XELIRI plus Avastin then surgery, no post surgery chemo.  Currently 18 months post surgery and still cancer free.  I think there's more but I've forgotten exactly what happened when.  :-)  Best as I can tell I've had 56 rounds overall.

I never vomited with FOLFOX but always with XELIRI.  I felt like mucus was clogging my throat and would try to clear it and end up throwing up.  After that I was fine.  Zofran was my friend and kept me from puking.  I never felt good while on the 5-FU pump, but never really puked.

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I have stage 3c dx at 39yo.  I am currently doing treatment 10 of modified Folfox 6 - got my fanny pack on as I type.... 

The first 7 cycles, I did full dose of both oxaliplatin and 5fu.  Treatments 8-10 were with reduced dose oxaliplatin (65mg/m2 instead of 85mg/m2).  I reduced it due to increasing neuropathy.  Treatments 11 and 12 are going to be 5Fu only.  I have terrible fatigue, nausea, eye pain, first bite pain, cramps in my hands and feet - cold induced, neuropathy on my hands and feet (finger tips and toes really bad now), and diarrhea.  My WBC count and platelet count are low but not low enough to stop or delay chemo yet.  I have daily and constant nose bleeds, bad bruising and bleeding gums from the platelets being low.  Chemo is awful and I hate it.  I don't know how the stage 4 folks take so much chemo. I guess you just do it.  And I guess I will to if need be.

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Where do 

i receive replies. ?

After folfox i have clear liquid with some blood from the anus. Anyone else. ? Onc at Sloan Kett. is not sure why. 

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is for you to open a new thread here http://csn.cancer.org/forum/128

Just click on Add new Forum Topic (below Colorectal Cancer and above Topic and the top thread) and ask your question. 

This is an old thread, with several who no longer post because they have passed on. 


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Maddening.... i cant get on line...

I seem to be online.   Thanks. 

Any responses to my concerns? 

I have no other reaction to Folfox other than some fatigue and the mucous from the anus. 

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Any successes with CBD oil, suppositories, etc for colon cancer? 

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Hello sashinka. I have flagged your comment as you have asked this question in another thread. I have replied to you in the other thread also. 

I am sorry you are having problems opening the main page. Try again, and if it doesn't work, please email CSN directly.  As I mention in the other thread, it is not appropriate to ask new questions in other peoples threads. 

EDIT: I see you have succesfully opened your own thread. 

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Sorry about this.   Im not familiar with different threads. 

Where would I get replies to my inquiries?


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Keep an eye out for a personal message that I have sent. 

Don't worry about anything, either. You will figure it all out at some point. We've all been new to the forum. I remember how I had to learn how to find my way around.

You have posted a new thread, so people will answer your questions there. 


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