Real members of MyMyelomaTeam have posted questions and answers that support our community guidelines, and should not be taken as medical advice.
Looking for the latest medically reviewed content by doctors and experts? Visit our resource section.
Cindy, I had to smile at your post. You are the first one on here with constipation with Revlimid. I get it really bad with Pomalyst. Keep drinking your water and eat lots of veggies and fruit. Love… read more
Thx, I started this process in 2010 have had one pet scan two cats and three biopsies. My doctor doesn't seem to want to do much for the pain that I'm having, I just want to know whats causing it… read more
I have dry caugh runny nose,no fever,symptoms start thursday,Thursday, the worse is the caugh ,any tips from similar situation will be great ,I will call my doctor tomorrow , did u use any medication for caugh,thanks u all
We are with you Samar! 🙏🏻 I had Covid in march 2020, no visit and no swab because of the emergency. It was at the beginning, we didn't know this virus. Hospitals in Italy were full....I slowly… read more
Yes, the hospital called me about that. That's what scares me. I'm just afraid, from what I have read, that there will inevitably more after that and more often. That is, if our weakened systems can… read more
I’m currently in remission following my SCT in November 2020. I take Revlimid 10 mg 21 days on/7 days off. The Valacyclovir is 500 mg twice daily. Omeprazole 20 mg daily.
In last few months, my vision seems to fluctuate. Blurrier some days more than others. I’ve had a full eye exam with an ophthalmologist & he did not find any issues related to the health of my eyes. They tested my eyes & I purchased glasses but I am still not seeing clearly. Thanks for any suggestions you can offer.
I take revlimid and acyclovir but I haven't had any vision problems. I just had my eyes checked and they didn't find any issues during my exam. Prayers for you and they can find the cause of your… read more
Hi! I would like to know if anyone began protocols for Stem Cell Transplant when Stage 1 moved from smoldering to active (not Stage 2). My mother is on this road within 1 month of this advancement. As I research, I find that there are numerous options to consider AND Medicare guideline cover Stage 2 And 3.
That is super Louise. I am 71 and other than the Myeloma, in pretty good health. Met with the “main man” yesterday at the Georgia Cancer Center and we are a “go” for the SCT probably late Feb or early… read more