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Gastrointestinal adverse effects in chronic myelogenous leukemia treatment: An Introduction

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Gastrointestinal adverse effects in chronic myelogenous leukemia treatment: An Introduction
In patients with chronic disease during treatment, several side effects are common, particularly gastrointestinal reactions, which are: achlorhydria, burning, vomiting, etc. Too many side effects affect the efficacy of treatment, and to alleviate this adverse effect, many patients may take some gastric protective drugs such as omeprazole. In fact, this is not necessarily the approach. The next international small series on and Yao Ping came to understand the methods of gastrointestinal adverse reaction mitigation in the lower chronic myelogenous leukemia medicine.
In addition to medication, daily living care and dietary adjustments can also help patients to alleviate the aforementioned adverse effects:
① To eat healthy foods
Be sure to eat healthy foods, not junk foods, high sugar or high salt foods. Among them, high fiber foods can help regulate the digestive system and reduce gastric acid. When chewing food, chew slowly and avoid ingesting excessive air, hiccups can cause gastric acid to enter the esophagus, cause a burning sensation, eat slowly and reduce hiccups.
② Avoid irritant foods
Mainly spicy food, coffee, the patient should appropriately contraindicate, do not husk around eating a lot of fruits and snacks, reduce irritation to the stomach. High fat foods are not easily digestible and can cause gastric pressure to rise, and excessive use of high sugar foods can cause increased gastric acid secretion, leading to counter acidity, heartburn.
③ Acidic foods cannot be eaten
Too much gastric acid, and eating some more acidic food at this time, will aggravate the irritation to our stomach, secreting more gastric acid, and aggravating the symptoms of gastric acid and stomach pain.
④ Drink more warm water
Drinking more warm water helps to feed the stomach, and water that is too cool or too blanching tries to avoid drinking.
In summary, chronically ill patients develop achlorhydria and heartburn, and should first be well adjusted for dietary habits, contraindications to this therapy, and nursing care. At the same time, they should also follow the medical advice timed quantitative and regular medication, so that it will be a certain help to alleviate the adverse effects of gastrointestinal tract, also benefit the treatment of the disease