Please inform your doctor or nurse if you experience any of the following:
-Temperature over 100 degrees F.
-Nausea or vomiting not relieved by medication.
-Diarrhea or constipation that lasts longer than 48 hours, or is unrelieved by medication.
-Inability to swallow or mouth sores.
- Any unusual bleeding or increased bruising.
-Pain not relieved by medication, pain that becomes worse, or any new pain.
-Change in ability to walk.
Important things to remember:
-Buy a thermometer and check your temperature if you have any chills, feel feel warm, or just feel poorly.
-Check with your doctor or nurse about the use of any unprescribed or over-the-counter medication.
-Good nutrition and adequate fluid intake is especially important while you are on treatment.
- Wear comfortable clothing and choose garments that allow easy access when you come for treatment.
-Feel free to ask questions anytime.
If you need assistance:
Help is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach someone weekdays, evenings, weekends and holidays by calling: (805) 485-8709
When our office is closed, our answering service will take your name and telephone number, then notify the on-call doctor who will contact you.