All support during chemotherapy is solved through QQ, so add QQ friends immediately after discharge
1. Add as a friend, my QQ number is: 940934099
2. Tell me who you are, such as the patient or a family member (don't add it if you are not the patient I diagnosed and treated, I really don't have time, and I don't know your condition.
3. Contact 1-2 times a week and leave a message. You need to write down who you are, the few days after chemotherapy, and where you are uncomfortable (such as fever, palpitation, shortness of breath, leg pain, backache, cold fear) , Sweating, insomnia, hemorrhoids, unable to hold back urine, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal distension, retching, coughing, sputum, palpitations, cold hands and feet, sores on the tongue, swollen gums, dry mouth and less fluid, no sweating, menstrual disorders ......) Tell me, copy the last Chinese medicine prescription below.
4. I saw your message, write the changed prescription of Chinese medicine in the message and reply back, and just go to the nearby hospital to grab the medicine. I will also write down the diet plan together and prepare it myself; I will also do other precautions Will be written in the message.
6. Save my business card and don't lose it. All of the above can find my contact information.
Note: The first Chinese medicine prescription and diet therapy prescription are written in the precautions for discharge, and the ones on the gray background are. The first prescription is the same for everyone. With the progress of chemotherapy, everyone’s reaction is different. The main contradictions of each week within the three weeks of each cycle are also different. Each cycle is also different, so it cannot be a prescription. It is recommended to take 3-5 doses for each prescription and adjust according to changes.
Note: Because everyone has different physiques, different chemotherapy regimens, and different responses, it is basically impossible to have two identical Chinese medicine prescriptions. So don't give your own prescriptions to others with good intentions. If you don't want to do bad things with good intentions, suggest that she go to see a doctor of Chinese medicine. The conditioning during chemotherapy requires patience and meticulousness, not very technically difficult.