A patient can take chemotherapy outside the hospital. You can go to a day-care centre, or in an outpatient wing of a hospital where you don’t need to stay overnight. Where you get treatment, what type of chemotherapy you are having and how often you need it depends on certain things and they are:
(Like Diabetes Or Heart Disease)
It is true that chemotherapy isn’t always as overwhelming as one might expect. Some people can even work during treatment. Since you don’t know how you can feel until you start it. It’s best to have a flexible schedule. There are many ways that chemo might affect you, from fatigue and constipation to hair loss, nausea, and mood changes. But it’s not the same for everyone. Some people have fewer side effects or even none.