your brain after chemo blog- get educated. your family or dear friend may have the heathly aka remisssion. However, when you have under gone several chemo treatments you may wonder why is she taking so long.....this is real and encourage you to get educated.   Those that are survivors keep fighting on.  btw...,my memory is one of a chemo brain. I only control the controlables.

your brain after chemo blog- get educated. your family or dear friend may have the heathly aka remisssion. However, when you have under gone several chemo treatments you may wonder why is she taking so long.....this is real and encourage you to get educated. Those that are survivors keep fighting on. btw...,my memory is one of a chemo brain. I only control the controlables.

I really, really miss being able to enjoy a good book these days. No concentration or comprehensive whatsoever.

Fighting Post-Treatment Fog: Chemo Brain Explained

I really, really miss being able to enjoy a good book these days. No concentration or comprehensive whatsoever.

Chemobrain is the inability to focus, remember, or simply think as well as you did before your cancer diagnosis. These seven tips that may help.

7 Tips for Coping With Chemobrain

Chemobrain is the inability to focus, remember, or simply think as well as you did before your cancer diagnosis. These seven tips that may help.

Brain Fog has been one of the hardest things to deal with and for years I thought I suffered from ADD.

Brain Fog has been one of the hardest things to deal with and for years I thought I suffered from ADD.

For years people with cancer have worried about, joked about, and been frustrated by the mental cloudiness they sometimes notice before, during, and after cancer treatment. Even though its exact cause isn’t known, and it can happen at any time when you have cancer, this mental fog is commonly called chemo brain. The sometimes vague yet distressing mental changes cancer patients notice are real, not imagined. They might last a short time, or they might go on for years

For years people with cancer have worried about, joked about, and been frustrated by the mental cloudiness they sometimes notice before, during, and after cancer treatment. Even though its exact cause isn’t known, and it can happen at any time when you have cancer, this mental fog is commonly called chemo brain. The sometimes vague yet distressing mental changes cancer patients notice are real, not imagined. They might last a short time, or they might go on for years

Chemo Brain is real and is a side effect of having chemotherapy. Here are some tips for dealing with chemo brain. Otherwise known as brain fog.

Chemo Brain is Real - Tips for dealing with Chemo Brain

Chemo Brain is real and is a side effect of having chemotherapy. Here are some tips for dealing with chemo brain. Otherwise known as brain fog.

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