Side effects may occur during treatment with PHESGO. It’s important to know what side effects may happen and what to watch out for during your treatment with PHESGO. Talk to your doctor about any and all side effects you experience, even if you think they are minor.
The most common side effects of PHESGO when given with chemotherapy as part of an early breast cancer regimen are hair loss, nausea, diarrhea, low levels of red blood cells, and weakness.
The most common side effects of PHESGO when given with docetaxel for treatment of breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body (metastatic) are diarrhea, hair loss, low levels of white blood cells with or without fever, nausea, feeling tired, rash, and damage to the nerves (numbness, tingling, pain in hands/feet).
Remember, the tips mentioned below may not work for everyone. Be sure to talk with your doctor before trying any of these tips.
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