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One’s story and what it might say

Cancer | Last Active: Oct 3, 2021 | Replies (32)

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You should mention it to your radiation tech and ask to speak to your doctor, but to get you through the night you can put your cream or even better if you have it, put some aloe Vera gel in the refrigerator. I will say the sounds are not something I encountered but the burning sensation did start about 8 to 10 treatments in and the burning was pretty severe. They gave me aquaphor but it didn’t really help just made me greasy. The aloe would take the sting out for a while. A nurse recommended it when the burn really got going. I don’t know if the aloe or the fact that it was refrigerated was the ticket, but I have kept aloe gel in the fridge every since for burns.

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The burn is not on the out side, I feel the burn on the inside when the beam comes through on the side of my left breast. I told the radiation therapist , I told the doctor . He said it was from inflammation and the nerves. I felt those nerv zaps after surgery,this doesn’

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