How To Overcome The Feeling Of Weakness And Vomiting In Patients With Stage 4 Anal Cancer?
, I want to ask if I have stage 4 anal cancer, now the condition is very weak. is there any food or medicine that needs to be taken or not so that my papah body isn’t weak anymore? and finally, “the anus comes out of a lot of fresh blood from the anus, and sometimes likes to vomit” it’s hard to urinate too, the word must be surgery to remove the intestine so that the bowel passes through the stomach. then check laps, lungs and heart. but now the condition is very weak. how do I make my daddy not limp like now? can people with anal cancer drink milk?
Hello Ines, Thank you for the question.
Anal cancer is the growth of cells that are not normal from the walls of the anus / rectum, mostly from anal gland cells. Symptoms that can arise due to this condition are bleeding from the anus, anal itching, a lump in the anus, discharge from the anus, bowel obstruction. In addition, in general, cancer sufferers can also experience decreased appetite, weight changes, and fatigue. Stage 4 anal cancer means that this cancer has spread to surrounding tissues and other organs / other body parts.
If your father experiences weakness and vomiting, you should immediately advise your father to return to see a specialist in oncology surgery. If your father has stage 4 anal cancer and has experienced defecation (unable to defecate), then consumption of food can cause the collection of feces in the intestine and can not be removed. Usually in this condition patients will be advised to be hospitalized so that the provision of nutrients and fluids can be given through blood vessels to prevent dehydration and weakness until further action is taken. The act of making a colostomy / excretion hole in the stomach is necessary so that the rest of the food / stool can be removed from the body.
Please advise your father to discuss further with the specialist doctor who deals with your father regarding further treatment because the doctor has already examined your father and knows your father's condition.
Hopefully this information is useful.