Is A Restrictive Neutropenic Diet Really Necessary After a Bone Marrow Transplant?

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/ Updated December 15th, 2022

Is A Restrictive Neutropenic Diet Really Necessary After a Bone Marrow Transplant?

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  • Patients should create a survivorship plan, which includes follow-up visits with doctors and scans for long-term health effects
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  • Experts simply recommend getting enough nutrients, staying active if you can and keeping mental health in check

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  • The amount of radiation patients are exposed to during these scans is very small, and the body is generally able to tolerate it well

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  • If your doctor suspects there may have been a change to your cancer, they may order a PET or CT scan
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