Hi! I have/had DLBCL and had 6 treatments of RCHOP. I have soft teeth and I've had some dental issues recently and been told it's from the chemo. I had to have a tooth pulled because of the root and two other root issues I had to have fixed. However, I am very blessed for my remission and the chemo. Teeth can be fixed. The chemo and God saved my life! I hope you have a good day! Kelly
My husband has DLBC lymphoma and we have not heard of problems with teeth. You do need to be very carful with good oral hygiene (salt water rinses after each meal and brushing with very soft bristle brush).
I lost all my teath due to chemotherapy and radiation 25 years ago
And my hare it now spoty and some bald spots as for teath i don't
Use dentures my gums
Kept changing so i cant
Use false teeth but ive been cancer free sense
This year my cancer doctor told me that i have two spots on my liver my next appointment is in February look like im
On whach and whate
Again just recently i had
A upper respiratory test.
Thay foud two ulsers in my throat and in my small intestine thay found growths .so
Im up in the air right now
Well thats it for now
My cancer doctor keeping an eye on it
He's the same doctor that I had 25 years ago
I was surprised he's still
Working after all that time good doctors at o.h.a/c.t.a of spfd.mo
Thay saved me from my
First cancer of
Hodgkin's lymphoma stage four with 6 months to live.
I’ve been treating for 5 yrs now with Rituxan and bendamustine. I’ve had 4 molars pulled. A year later I have more teeth problems going on. Seems like the molars are the most affected. Always had good teeth before this.
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