To help you and your health care team deal with any nausea and
vomiting caused by chemotherapy, you may want to keep track of how you feel. It
may help to keep a written record of how you are feeling each day. Use a
printout of this chart or make your own.
Any nausea today? How long did it last?
How would you rate the nausea: mild,
moderate, or severe?
How many episodes of vomiting?
Other side effects of treatment?
(diarrhea, constipation, dry mouth, fatigue, other)
List medicines, vitamins, or herbal
therapies you took to treat or prevent your nausea and vomiting today.
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November 14, 2014
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