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Sometimes cancer drugs can result in very serious side effects, which rarely may be life-threatening.Your cancer doctor and nurse can explain the risk of these side effects to you.
This completes one cycle of treatment and you then start the next cycle. We explain the most common side effects of FEC-T here.Your nurse will give you advice about managing your side effects.After your treatment is over, the side effects will start to improve.Always tell your doctor or nurse about the side effects you have.Your doctor can prescribe drugs to help control some side effects.Save these numbers in your phone or keep them somewhere safe.
We’re not able to list every side effect for this treatment here, particularly the rarer ones.
You have chemotherapy as a course of several sessions (or cycles) of treatment over a few months. FEC–T chemotherapy is divided into two parts: You will have three or four cycles of FEC (5FU, epirubicin and cyclophosphamide) over the first few months.
On day one, you have 5FU, epirubicin and cyclophosphamide.
Your nurse will tell you when your treatment is likely to be ready.
Your nurse gives you anti-sickness (anti-emetic) drugs before your treatment starts.
It is very important to take them exactly as your nurse or pharmacist has explained.