My mum has had 5 courses of chemotherapy but this last one has been terrible for her.
My mum was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. In May she had 5 courses of chemotherapy but this last one has been terrible for her, she has fainted most days (this has never happened with the other doses) she feels very weak and her white cell count is low. Why is this happening now and not on the first few doses?
Unfortunately it can be quite common for chemotherapy to make you feel worse, the more sessions that you have. Common side-effects from the chemotherapy are low white cell counts and weakness. As she is also fainting, she should be checked out by her doctor. Her blood pressure could be low or she could be suffering from an infection. You really should take her to see her own doctor to be checked as soon as possible.