The cold sensitivity SHOULD get better in the next day or two. But don't rush cold drinks!
I think the normal regimen is every 14 days. The gem/Ox can do a number on blood counts and tired, flu like symptoms are fairly normal. You should be checking your temp daily in case of fever.
My onc said that 14 days is the norm so the blood counts hopefully return to normal. And the tingling stops.
Just pay attention to the tingling and your body. If it feels ok, try to get through this. If it feels wrong, pay attention.
Did you get a card with side effects on it? If not, you should be able to find them online, although we have covered the majority.
Here's what I remember...
Flu like symptoms
Low grade fever
Neuropathy (including tingling)
Sensitivity to cold
Low blood counts
I'm sure there's more but I can't remember. This stuff I either watched for or experienced. Or was told would happen.
They told me to only eat cooked veggies and fruit that had an outer shell. For example, bananas were great. Oranges... I washed them and cut with a knife. I washed the knife. I made the second cut. Etc. same with cantaloupe and others. Germs are on the outside.
My blood work never quite got back to normal so I had to be careful. It's a good idea when on chemo, or any time really, anyway.
I hope you start to feel better in the next day or so.
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Any opinions I give are based on personal experiences, and are not based on medical knowledge. I strongly suggest receiving medical care and opinions.