Many people experience taste changes during cancer treatment. Foods may have no taste ortaste differently. Also, certain food smells may be bothersome. Taste and smell changes can vary with the kind of treatment you are receiving and can be different for each person.
During cancer treatment, it is important to eat well to maintain your energy level and to help your body heal. There may be times during treatment
when your appetite is decreased or it is hard to eat solid foods..
Tell your doctor or dentist if you are experiencing any mouth problems.
After every meal, floss your teeth and brush your gums, teeth and tongue with an extra soft toothbrush, a fluoride toothpaste and lukewarm water.
Normal bowel habits can range from one bowel movement every 2-3 days
to 3 bowel movements each day.Your stools should be soft, easy to pass and not painful. If you need to
strain or are having fewer bowel movements compared to your usual
pattern, then you may be constipated.