How does Docetaxel injection works?
Asked by Shin Norfolk 3 months ago.
Docetaxel injection is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat certain types of breast, lung, prostate, stomach, and head and neck cancers. Docetaxel injection is in a class of medications called taxanes. It works by stopping the growth and spread of cancer cells. Answered by Tamesha Bastilla 3 months ago.
Is the chemo drug,Docetaxel (Taxotere) considered a carboplatin based duplex ?
Asked by Shaunte Kolberg 3 months ago.
No..!! carboplatin is a platin group drug which involves cisplatin. Docetaxel is a taxane group drug which involves paclitaxel. all these drugs are used for chemotherapy either singly or in various combinations with other drugs for treatment of cancer. Answered by Josefa Roylance 3 months ago.
It belongs to the class of drugs called Taxols. It does not contain any platinum. Answered by Aline Maski 3 months ago.
Is docetaxel inferior to, or superior to, paclitaxel for stage III, ER+, PR+, Node+ postmenopausal patients?
Asked by Lurline Consalvo 3 months ago.
From personal experience, both are very toxic, with some really adverse side effects. My body did not like Docetaxel (Taxotere) and tolerated Paclitaxel a little better. I wish you well Answered by Janis Kindle 3 months ago.
Advice for Taxotere/Docetaxel please?
Hi all. My mum is about to start 6 sessions of chemotherapy. She's on 3 drugs; taxotere, cyclophosphamide and zometa. The latter two don't sound too bad in their side effects but I'm a little concerned about taxotere. Are they likely to be severe? Does anyone have any advice about the best way to...
Asked by Billy Kines 3 months ago.
Hi all. My mum is about to start 6 sessions of chemotherapy. She's on 3 drugs; taxotere, cyclophosphamide and zometa. The latter two don't sound too bad in their side effects but I'm a little concerned about taxotere. Are they likely to be severe? Does anyone have any advice about the best way to mitigate their effects? There's nothing more advanced she should be taking instead is there? Thanks. Answered by Lana Filippini 3 months ago.
I was on Taxotere/Carboplatin/Herceptin. I think the Taxotere was the one that can cause quite a bit of naseau. I would say talk with the oncologist. Mine made sure I had as much anti-naseau medication as I needed. Answered by Gaston Tirino 3 months ago.
I was on Taxol for 12 weeks (once/week), which is very similar to Taxotere. Actually is was a piece of cake compared to Cytoxan/Adriamycin (Cytoxan = cyclophosphamide). Cytoxan can cause severe nausea, lower GI problems, mouth sores, loss of appetite, hair loss, neutropenia, and a host of other problems. Taxol's most common side effects are hair loss, anemia, constipation, and peripheral neuropathy. Other than losing the rest of my hair, the only effects from Taxol that I had were some fluid retention and muscle soreness. Answered by Kanesha Doronio 3 months ago.
My father was on taxotere and zometa for his metastatic prostate cancer that had spread to his bones. The side effects were pretty minimal. His hair did fall out some and he had a little nausea, but no vomiting. He also did get some sores in his mouth, but not so bad that he couldn't eat. The doctor prescribed a mouthwash that helped with the sores in his mouth. Answered by Darius Candido 3 months ago.
for me i had cyclophosphamide,adriamycin, and taxotere. they list all these drugs as almost, having the same side effects. i had most of all the common side effects. be sure to tell you mother if she has any problems to be sure to let her oncologist know immediately. i have nerve damage to my feet. they decreased my dosage of taxotere but the nerve damage had all ready started. its been 2 years since my treatments and I'm on neurotien to block the pain. they say it will get better but it hasn't yet. my prayers go out to you and your mom. God bless! Answered by Glendora Zohn 3 months ago.
Best & popular brand docetaxel-120 inj. available in india for chemotherapy(breast cancer) patients?
Asked by Man Gladding 3 months ago.
Why not use what your doctor has prescribed? Answered by Nicholas Krueger 3 months ago.
Do you know anyone taking Docetaxel and Carboplatin for Non-small cell Lung Cancer?
My brother in law has just been diagnosed with cancer of the Lung, Liver, and Bone. Does not sound good at all. The Dr. said he was going to start him on a regimen of those two drugs. I googled them and it seems like individually they have low side effects. I wonder if anyone here has taken them or knows...
Asked by Ronnie Thews 3 months ago.
My brother in law has just been diagnosed with cancer of the Lung, Liver, and Bone. Does not sound good at all. The Dr. said he was going to start him on a regimen of those two drugs. I googled them and it seems like individually they have low side effects. I wonder if anyone here has taken them or knows someone who has taken them? Answered by Jamar Rohleder 3 months ago.
I have taken carboplatin and taxol which is a bit different to your brother in law. But I can say what I was on made me feel fairly sick. They do have some good anti nausea tablets, also make sure he rests a lot. I wish him well. Answered by Charlie Gutiennez 3 months ago.
Can handle chemotherapy I.V. drugs without safety cabinet ?
e.g. Paclitaxel, Docetaxel. Cyclophosphamide, Cisplatin,...
Asked by Shelly Valdivia 3 months ago.
What's your question? These are all highly toxic liquid pharmaceuticals. Those who access them do so with gloves and oftentimes an apron or gown. Answered by Delcie Disponette 3 months ago.
you need a safety cabinet. othewise, the radioactive will kill you. The cabinet should be special. Answered by Jenise Pretlow 3 months ago.
Why do we use prednisone in prostate cancer?
why do we combine prednisone with docetaxel etc... in some patients with prostate cancer. Also can you include the mechanism of action... I understand studywise why but I want to understand how... Thanks!
Asked by Reina Priolo 3 months ago.
Prednisone Mechanism Of Action Answered by Francene Feduniewicz 3 months ago.
They help control many different functions in our bodies such as the way in which we use fats, proteins and carbohydrates. They regulate our immune system and the balance of salt and water in our bodies. They also help reduce inflammation. Steroids can be used as part of your treatment to help destroy cancer cells and make chemotherapy| more effective. Steroids for instance play a major role in killing off blast cells in blood cancers. They can also be used to help reduce an allergic reaction to certain chemotherapy drugs, given in low doses as anti-sickness drugs| or taken to improve appetite. In these situations, steroids are usually given only for short periods of time, and the side effects described here will not usually occur. Steroids are administered in most chemo protocols if not all protocols. Answered by Jesusa Hartman 3 months ago.
To reduce fluid retention caused by the Docetaxel. Prednisone causes the body to excrete potassium, which influences fluid levels. It can also be used to increase platelets because it suppresses the immune system. Answered by Francine Bonjour 3 months ago.
Whats the off side effects of these drugs?
shes going to always have cancer but she doesnt have it in her at this moment..No i dont want information on it read the whole question before just answering,
Asked by Katlyn Fudacz 3 months ago.
Docetaxel Cyclophosphamide Doxorubicin My mom had breast cancer now shes in remission. Her right arm sometimes tingle and her right leg. Sometimes her hand goes numb to the point she cnt pick anything up. She was checked for carpal tunnel and things but her test results are normal. Could it just be because the chemo is leaving her body and the cancer is gone. I just want to know what are the side effects for no longer taking the meds and being done with chemo other then being tired. Answered by Myrtice Cabam 3 months ago.
Search for: Hemp oil cancer on you-tube, Google. Right. I am able to answer your question on the possible side-effect of these drugs but to get information you must read into it rather finding an easier way for an answer so unfortunately I am NOT going to answer this for you. Answered by Bernardine Felkel 3 months ago.
death. people do not die of cancer, they die of cancer treatment. Bing/Google/Yahoo it! Answered by Marquerite Blankenburg 3 months ago.
Is there a relation between crying eyes and excessive salivation in a pat with chemo for prostate ca?
If there is how to control it?
Asked by Delores Mercy 3 months ago.
Docetaxel (Taxotere) is a chemo commonly used in advanced prostate cancer. It can cause tear duct obstruction which can lead to excessive tearing. It can be treated with tiny stents. It is not terribly common. An eye doc can evaluate. The excessive salivation is a bit more peculiar... might be related to another medication perhaps Blessings Answered by Dione Reyer 3 months ago.