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Nailed it. glass 1% Milk takes away the nausea...with Gleevec

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#1 jmoorhou


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Posted 06 March 2016 - 09:16 PM

It is true I think that a high fat mean, say fish and chips as opposed to a ceasar salad (which I wouldn't call a fat laden meal)....anyway I have found a deep fried meal will give me stomach problems.


Back to the present problem:  milk is a great combination of protein and fat that has always been used for nausea.


Anyway it worked, I had oven fried chicken, broccoli and a glass of milk (I was going to have rice, which I think would also have worked), and no nausea, I did have some ripples below the belt but nothing like nausea....


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Diagnosed 3/2014 WBC 28 Non detectable within 3 monthsGleevec 400 mg 5/2014 one hour after dinner really improves nausea300 mg 12/15/2016200 mg and 300 mg Gleevec 2/25/2017 (after 3 years on Gleevec) For last four months taking 300 mg per day. Last CMC showed liver enzymes elevated, went to a good Naturopath and he recommended 4 Tumeric, 10,000 mg Vitamen D, and 3 milk thistle (silymarin) daily. Also use One<p>Day Detox Dandeloin tea, and Nettle Tea and a slice of ginger every day...in two months liver tests were below normal.Janis

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Posted 07 March 2016 - 09:19 PM

Congratulations. I know you are relieved!
Diagnosed 3/09 121,000 WBC. Asymptomatic
Imatinib 400 mg started
2/10 PCRU
3/16 still PCRU but side effects worse. Stopped Imatinib for a week. Tried Sprycel 2 days.
4/16 restarted Imatinib at 300 mg.
6/16 showed 1 transcript
9/16 PCRU returned
5/1/17 Imatinib 200 mg
8/17 showed "1 transcript"
10/17 PCRU returned

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