jhllal Posted August 25, 2005 Share Posted August 25, 2005 My father, age 74, was diagnosed with NSLC, stage IV with lymph node involvement in neck and under his arms (left side) in June 2005. He is doing chemo once every 3 weeks for 18 weeks. He has been reacting well to the chemo - he is sick for about 2 days, but then starts feeling better. He will have his 3rd chemo Tuesday of next week. This morning, he had a severe pain in his left arm. It went away about 45 minutes after taking Advil. The tumor in his lung is on the left side. Anyone have any thoughts on the cause of the pain? He said that he is also taking medicine for cholestoral, and it could be due to that medicine. Lynn Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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