Potential Side Effects of Chemotherapy for Carcinoma of Unknown Primary Origin
Chemotherapy affects both normal cells and cancer cells. Side effects depend on the type and amount of drugs you take. Here are some common side effects that people with carcinoma of unknown primary origin (CUP) have when they take chemotherapy. Ask your doctor which ones are the most common for the drugs you are taking.
Blood count change
Bruising and bleeding
Nausea and vomiting
Tiredness and fatigue
Ask your doctor or chemotherapy nurse to help you ease these side effects.