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Elayja39

89d

Recently diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer and currently undergoing AC chemotherapy. I've noticed some changes in my taste buds. Has anyone else experienced this? Any tips?

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    • 55isMe

      34d

      I had AC too. Frozen strawberries in sugar syrup in everything worked for me. Cherry koolaid fir drinking. Find something that works for you. Then apply to other things. it's all temporary.

    • 55isMe

      34d

      I had AC too. Frozen strawberries in sugar syrup in everything worked for me. Cherry koolaid fir drinking. Find something that works for you. Then apply to other things. it's all temporary.

    • Cremy._.hayde

      89d

      omg! i hate it! everything tasted like metal. i started using plastic utensils and eating cold food

    • rubinevedaaaa

      89d

      Im working with a physical therapist who specialized in cancer recovery. Listening to your body and not pushing too hard is key🫡

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"Chemo makes you constantly have the worst chemical taste at all times what I have learned helps is sour stuff. Just be careful to avoid acidic stuff and spicy stuff because you do not want mouth sores they hurt so bad. When you get your treatment, if you are receiving adriamyacin (red devil) definitely suck/chew/eat ice while they push it to help keep the chemo from burning your mouth and giving you mouth sores."

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