Cancer Pain Control

To people living with cancer, life is precious.  When pain becomes part of each day,
part of daily life...every day, these days are diminished and quality of life is eroded.

If you or a loved one is suffering or trying to make each day the best anyone's day can be,
controlling the pain associated with cancer with the fewest side effects is one of the most important factors.

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Every cancer patient who has experienced unrelieved pain can provide their own list of the damage pain can do to everyday life.

Even if you believe that you, personally, can tolerate the pain you feel from cancer or cancer treatments, consider this: by living in pain, you are depriving those who love and care for you the full pleasure of your company. To continue to suffer, especially in light of the fact that very good quality of pain relief is available for almost all cancer pain, is not only hurting yourself, but also those who care for you.

It's important to understand, too, that cancer pain can undermine your ability to fight your cancer. If pain has you in its grip, your appetite diminishes. This means you may not be receiving sufficient nutrition to retain energy which, in turn, leads to exhaustion and feelings of sadness and depression. As this cycle continues, a person is worn down gradually, may become more vulnerable to infection, and the ability to withstand necessary cancer treatments may diminish.

The list of damage that pain does to quality of life is staggering, but we can help:

sleep is disturbed

ability to work is impaired

exhaustion can become a constant companion

sadness, depression and worry are commonly felt emotions

appetite diminishes

simple pleasures such as enjoying one's family are impaired or given up

trips and vacations are uncomfortable or impossible

reluctance to move or exercise is experienced

feelings of isolation from the world increase

family and friends who are caregivers become exhausted.

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Fiaz Jaleel, MD
106 Boston Avenue, Suite #205
Altamonte Springs, FL  32701

Phone: 407-673-8999
Fax:  407-678-1246

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