What are Hodgkins Lymphoma Chemotherapies? List from Cancer Survivors

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Hodgkins Lymphoma Cancer Chemotherapies

Adriamycin (Doxorubicin), Cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan), Taxol (Paclitaxel), Doxorubicin, Leomycin. Inblastine, Acarbazine (ABVD), Gemcitabine (Gemzar), Vinorelbine (Navelbine), Methotrexate (Folex, Mexate, Amethopterin), Cisplatin (Platinol, Platinol-AQ), Vinblastine (Velban), Carboplatin (Paraplatin), Etoposide (VePesid), Cytarabine (Ara-C), Avastin (Bevacizumab), Erbitux (Cituximab)

What Hodgkins Lymphoma Cancer Survivors said about their Chemotherapies.

4 Cylces (8 treatments) beginnning March 12. Second Session March 26, April 9th, April 23rd, May 7th, May 21st, June 4th and lastly June 18th!
4 cycles of chemotherapy ending in late August, radiation to follow depending on how the cancer responds.
I am having ABVD. Side effects: nausea, fatigue, hair loss, constipation, bone pain, fever, infection...
ABVD treatment; my nausea was well-controlled with prescriptions, but I was often tired in the days following chemo. I went every other Friday so I could recuperate over the weekend and be ready to go back to school Tuesday-Thursday.
ABVD, started Feb. 13, 2009.
ABVD- nausea, fatigue, wooziness, thinning hair ICE- nausea, fatigue, wooziness, total hair loss, bleeding gums and mouth sores GND- some fatigue, mouth sores
Chemotherapy from August 2006 - September 2007. Some of the chemotherapies were ABVD, ARA-C and carboplat. Side effects experienced were hair fell out, constipation, low white blood and platelet counts, nausea, vomiting, pain in joints.
ABVD - six 4-week cycles (June-November) Prednisone Procarbizine
Stanford V regimen - Weight gain, constipation, fatigue, hair loss.
ABVD May 2008-October 2008 ICE January 2009-March 2009 BEAM April 2009
ABVD, hair loss, night sweats, depression, low white blood count, prone to bacterial infections.
Started Chemotherapy (ABVD) on 30th March 2010. Found that the side effects of consist of bad heartburn & indigestion for a few days after chemo. My hair started to fall out about two weeks later and has slowly been falling out ever since, but not bald yet! Have had to give up fizzy drinks and spicy food, two thinks I enjoy. Unfortunately they cause uncomfortable consequences, like bloating, passing a lot of gas, nausea, heartburn, the list goes on.
ABVD: 8 Cycles (16 total treatments). My side effects were severe bone pain, fatigue, nausea, burning in my stomach, constipation, ileus, thinning hair
ABVD for 6 cycles (12 treatments). Was quite well tolerated, tired for a few days after, hair loss, mild nausea but no vomiting, changes in bowel motions, mild rash on feet and arms, aching veins. MADEC (methotrexate, cytosine, dex, etoposide, cyclophosphamide) for 2 cycles, one week of chemo in hospital, 2 weeks to recover then repeat. Fatigue, mild nausea, hair loss. BEAM (carmustine, etoposide, cytosine, melphalan) prior to stem cell transplant. Have only just started this today, had carmustine and so far all good but I know this will change.
ABVD regimen. First session was one day after diagnosis. #1:05/20/2010, #2:06/07/2010 (delayed by neutropenia), #3:07/01/2010 (delayed by neutropenia). Side effects: Hair loss, negligible neuropathy.
hair loss... weight gain... nerve tingling... bad taste... feet pain... but no vomiting... so not all bad...
Yes, My chemotherapy treatment was ABVD.
ABVD 11/30/2010-present Fatigue, weakness, dizziness, nausea, neuropathy, constipation, headaches, hair loss and chemo brain.
ABVD- October 22, 2010-
August 10th 2010 -Present 6 Cycles -12 Treatments
im doing an eight mounth treatment plan. every 21 days im back in the hospital for all the chemo they can give me.
6 months of bs and stem cell transplant was life changing made me feel completley helpless
Initial treatmeent: ABVD/MOPP (8/92-12/92). I received 6 cycles with complete response. The chemo was relatively well-tolerated. Salvage treatment: DECAL (Dexamethasone, Etoposide, Cisplatin, Ara-C, L-Asparaginase) 9/92-12/92. One brutal regimen! Cisplatin was the worst. Three cycles with complete response followed by stem cell transplant.
started ABVD March 2011
About to start Chemotherepy. Very nervous. I was suppossed to start April 11th, but my insurance covers Lupron, so i can save my ovaries from the harmful drugs. Should be starting within the next week or so.
ABVD 12 rounds, 6 months
ABVD- Side effect? UGH.
Delayed until I deliver my baby.
first round 09/08/11-ABVD-headache, swollen tongue, blisters on tongue, vomitting, nausea, bone aches.
Started 6 cycle ABVD treatment on 8/16/11
Abvd every other week.
Getting chemo doesn't hurt. I don't feel the chemo being injected, and I feel fine for 3 days after, minus the fatigue. Nausea, headaches, body aches, upset stomach are my most common side effects when my medications are done.
AVD (Dr. says I don't need the B) constipation, nausia, jaw tingle, red hot face, tired, dizziness
7/13/2012~ABVD
8/23/12 - Hot-flash (minor) and a little fatigue 8/26/12 - Mouth sores.
Clinical Trial-see below
ABVD started in December 2011-May 2012. Hair loss, nauscia, weakness. ICE July 2012-August 2012 Hair loss, nausea, weakness
Started ABVD November 20th~ a little nauseous, headaches, and a little tired..
12 rounds of ABVD. Side effects: hair loss, weight gain, nausea and fatigue
1/7/2014 and every 14 days thereafter - Nausea, jaw pain, loss of taste, hair loss, fatigue 6/10/2014 - chemo complete (6 cycles ABVD)
started chemo in 2010 6 months on an off, finally had stem cell transplant at Mass General Boston n March of 2012 remission lasted one year :(
ABVD chemiotherapy, hair loss
ABVD 08/22/2014: Fatigue, jaw pain, swollen tongue/mouth, loss of taste, hiccups, sneezes, mood swings/anxiety attacks, bone pain, constipation, some nausea, loss of appetite, decreased white blood cells & fevers (resulting in ER visit & week-long hospitalization). ABVD 09/18/2014: Fatigue, hiccups, intense bone pain (pelvis & back), jaw pain, swollen tongue/mouth, loss of taste, emotional, loss of hair. ABVD 10/01/2014: Fatigue, painful bowels, jaw pain, hiccups, mild night sweats, bone pain, difficulty sleeping, mood swings, nausea, joint stiffness, mild skin rash, constipation & severe abdominal pain, decreased white blood cells & fevers (resulting in second ER visit & week-long hospitalization). ABVD (w/20% strength reduction) 10/15/2014: Fatigue, jaw pain, swollen tongue, loss of taste, bone pain, irregular bowels, some constipation, gassy, hiccups, mild night sweats, heart burns, sneezes, difficulty sleeping, mood swings
ABVD Chemo every other Tuesday 12 times.
(ABVD) Loss of hair, nausea, fatigue, loss of appetite, Random flushness, metallic taste in mouth, sores inside mouth
I had chemotherapy for the first part of 2014 and now I am back on ice and chemotherapy with a test drug for 2015
ABVD chemotherapy, treatment every two weeks for six months (6 cycles). Extreme nausea and vomiting (eventually brought under control by drugs), fatigue and breathlessness, stomach pain and bloating, complete loss of hair, tooth pain, mouth sores, extreme salivary gland pain, loss of some finger and toe nails, mild nose bleeds, mild constipation.
nausea, fatigue, anxiety, depression, dizziness, vomitting
Nausea, lightheaded, tired. First treatment was 8-13-15.
28 day cycle. Chemo on days 1 and 15. 6 cycles or 12 treatments
26th December, 2014. ABVD. 6 cycles, 12 treatments completed every fortnight. 22nd July, 2015. Salvage Chemotherapy. ICE. 3 cycles, completed every 21 days.
(A)driamycin, (B)leomycin, (V)inblastine, (D)acarbazine
6cycles of Chemotherapy was planned that is a six montha duration.ABVD doses was induced in every fifteen days through veinflow during the first 3 cycles and later through picc line which was less painful. Side effects of chemo were many starting with gastritis, acidity, nausea, body pain,hair loss,fatigue...but this would be fine within a week after wbc count increases to normal level.
AVBD March - October 13 the usual; ESHAP December 14 - January 15 the usual; BEAM 200 March 15 the usual
Started ABVD chemo on September 22, 2015 Ended on April 7, 2016 8 cycles/months (every two weeks) Side effects: - skin discolorations that either looks like scratch marks or skin pigmentation and nail discoloration throughout the treatment - fatigue, nausea and vomitting on the first cycle - constipation - very dry skin - itchiness - tender gums and pain in a specific tooth tjat started to feel loose - hair loss - either unable to sleep at night or sleep very late on the night of chemo session - tingling or feeling of probably shrinkage on the tumor site - "chemo fog"
Chemo ABVD for 6 months. Treatment every other week. 4-11-16 first chemo. Tired, constipation, weak knees-falling on steps 4-28-16 second chemo. Tired, extreme fatigue, hair loss started, bad headaches, back of neck pain, blurred vision in one eye, hot feeling inside.
ABVDX2 4 cycles 13th Feb-2017 ABVD 1st session 27th feb-2017 ABVD 2nd session
ABVD Six months
6 rounds/12 treatments ABVD (Could only find Adriamycin and Vinblastin to list here) over the course of 6 months
Tired, Had KFC after every session
Currently going through chemo. I had 3 chemotherapy done and had 1 every 2 weeks until November
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