my wife has lung cancer, and has been taking oxydhq but finds it upsets her stomach, anyone else...
had this problem? and if so is there a way round it.
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I don't have personal experience with it, though I do help with medical research interviews and most of my recent ones have been on various cancer medications. While the exact side effect management varies from medication to medication, most that I've run into so far are safe with meds for nausea, etc. The best bet would be to talk to your doctor and see what might help that is compatible with the meds...some people just don't tolerate it well, but if there's an option available that'll help even a bit it's probably worth finding out.
Hi Ken, there is alternative oxygenation product the manufacturers recommend in the case of such side effects, called zeo3.
Zeo3 delivers oxygen to cells as well as improving the bodys pH levels, it also contains some zeolite. If you are looking for a direct alternative to OxyDHQ then this is the next best thing.
Here's a link to the product page: http://www.gethealthyagain.biz/product_ … s_id=24186
Can I just say, though, that my dad has the asbestos caused lung cancer & he also found OxyDHQ helped him considerably. He decided however, after the faliure of chemothereapy, to try the Essential Oil Combo & after a very short time the improvement in himself was dramatic! I'll give you a link to the page, I just thought it might be worth a try for you!?
http://www.gethealthyagain.biz/product_ … s_id=25940
As products have now progressed, the no.1 stand alone cancer fighting product is now Immune Force http://www.gethealthyagain.biz/product_ … s_id=27087
Oxydhq is well known to cause stomach upset. I do not believe oxydhq has any solid evidence behind it I'm afraid. If you getting side effects I would suggest you stop it. Has she seen an oncologist for consideration of some drugs which are known to work or had radiotherapy. For non small cell lung cancer there is Tarceva and Iressa which are tablets which have proven benefit especially if EGFR mutation positive on biopsy.
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