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Chemotherapy: FOLFOX

Red Flags to Watch For While Undergoing FOLFOX Treatment

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Call your doctor or nurse if you:

  • Have a fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius) or higher.
  • Have more than five loose bowel movements a day.
  • Have any sign of bleeding. This includes in your bowels (black bowel movements), bruising of the skin, a faint red rash, and other signs of bleeding.
  • Develop mouth sores.
  • Have difficulty breathing, chest pains or other symptoms that could indicate a heart attack.
  • Have any form of an allergic reaction such as facial swelling.
  • Have any unexpected or unexplained symptoms.
  • Have any questions or concerns.

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