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integumentary system

side effect of melanoma

Bruising and bleeding chemotherapy can also reduce the production of platelets, which help the blood to clot
Anaemia (low level of red blood cells) can make someone feel very tired and lethargic and you may also become breathless.
lowering my risk of the melanoma progressing or coming back limit your exposure to UV rays (from the sun or tanning beds) and to continue to examine your skin every month for
neutropenia Lowered resistance to infection by reducing the number of white blood cells produced by the bone marrow, increasing your risk of infection.
the Feeling or being sick A blockage in the bowel Constipation Not having enough fluid in your body (dehydration) Chemical imbalances inside your body
Created by: naim halim