Sorry to hear about your mum. I can't help either with personal experiences of chemo side effects as my dad never had it, but it does sound like your mum is having some side effects that others have experienced and written about. I did a quick search of chemo brain for you and came up with this -
http://www.cholangiocarcinoma.org/punbb … =856919361
Hope something in there will be of help and use to you.
There is also a webinar on the site about chemotherapy from 2011 and that may also be of interest to you. It can be found here -
Here is a link as well that may be of use about chemo and eating etc and hopefully some of that will also be of use to your mum.
http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Cancerinfor … 6_Anchor_3
Try and stay strong Jeeyoung and remember that we are here for you. I hope that these side effects start to wear off for your mum.
My best wishes to you and your mum,
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