Causes And Treatment For Cancer Under The Eyes?
Morning…my mother suffers from lymphoma fi under the eye. Currently undergoing phase 1 chemo (4x chemo to 6x chemo). My mother is a bit stubborn, she takes neukin injections, her chemo companion only takes 1 time, even though it has to be 3 times. My mother thought that my mother had lymphoma, not cancer (the children agreed not to say that the mother was cancer, for fear that the mother would be in shock). However, this situation made the mother not follow the advice of the doctor who handled the chemo, and followed the advice of another doctor. I want to tell you honestly if you have cancer, with the hope that you will follow the advice of the doctor who handles chemo for the sake of your mother’s recovery. How good is it to say or not?
Cancer is a disease condition that is quite dangerous. If it is not in accordance with the therapy that should be given, it is feared that the therapy will not give the expected results. Because the treatment of cancer itself is quite difficult.
And indeed the condition of cancer itself can also be mentally burdensome for both the sufferer and the family, so it takes patience and also effort in taking treatment. And whether your mother can accept the conditions or not, is quite difficult to determine without direct interaction.
It's good you and your family can discuss with the doctor who treats your mother. Because regardless of the situation, it is necessary to do treatment according to the doctor's instructions to increase the chance of getting the desired results. In addition, later on you and your family can be assisted by your doctor to communicate your mother's condition to him, so it is hoped that later your mother, you and your family can help each other and give each other the best support in the treatment process.
I hope this helps.