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Cancer and its treatment can cause problems with eating including sickness, appetite loss and a sore mouth. Find ways to deal with them.
Eating problems may be caused by your cancer or as a side effect of treatment.
Choosing the right food and drink can help with soreness and ulceration of the mouth.
There are ways to make your food more enjoyable if your sense of taste has changed.
Planning ahead can help if you feel too tired to prepare meals.
Diet and exercise can help constipation caused by cancer treatment.
There is help available if you have diarrhea caused by cancer treatment.
There are ways to manage wind that you may find helpful.
Help is available if you are feeling sick due to cancer treatment.
A few changes to your diet can make chewing and swallowing easier.
There are things you can do that may help if you have lost your appetite.
Heartburn and indigestion can be caused by the cancer or treatment. There are ways to deal with both.
Dealing with eating problems during treatment is difficult, you may want to talk to someone or ask for extra help.
Caring for someone with eating problems is challenging, but there are things you can do to help.
Nutritional support (artificial feeding) may help to prevent malnutrition if you have eating problems.
Your doctor will decide which feeding system is best for you.
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