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Symptoms of Delayed Radiation Injury

Some symptoms of delayed radiation injury include trouble swallowing, excessive dry mouth, abdominal pain, proctitis, and chest wounds.

Find Relief from Symptoms of Radiation Damage

If you notice radiation damage symptoms post-radiation therapy, inquiring about hyperbaric oxygen therapy and taking steps to alter your diet may help.

What To Do When Suffering Radiation Treatment Side Effects

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has joined the ranks of more traditional remedies to consider when determining how to treat radiation treatment side effects.

Radiation to Head & Neck Can Cause Jaw Pain

Chronic jaw pain can result from radiation damage sustained during treatment for head and neck cancer.

Treating Radiation Damage with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a safe, non-invasive treatment that targets and repairs damaged body tissue caused by radiation therapy.

Causes of Hematuria: Consider This

One possible cause of hematuria that you may not have considered is delayed radiation damage, as a result of receiving radiation therapy.

How Long Does It Take to Recover From Radiation Treatment?

There isn't a set timeline for when a person will recover from radiation treatment; it varies, depending on different factors, including the type and location of cancer and the length of time someone received treatment.

Exposure to Radiation During Cancer Treatment Can Have Negative Effects

Radiation exposure from cancer treatment may lead to serious health conditions down the road. This is known as delayed radiation injury.