Chronic fatigue is a common problem after a stem cell transplant and is often not helped by sleep alone. Learn what contributes to chronic fatigue after transplant and effective ways to manage it.
Leading transplant experts share vital information to help you make informed healthcare decisions before and after transplant.
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Undergoing a transplant is a traumatic experience. Anxiety, depression and even post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) are common after transplant. Learn how building resilience can lead to emotional growth after transplant.
Neuropathy or nerve pain can occur after a stem cell transplant, particularly in patients transplanted for multiple myeloma and those who develop chronic graft-versus-host disease. A variety of treatments can help patients with neuropathy.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) physicians, also known as physiatrists, can help patients find treatments for pain and physical limitations caused by graft-versus-host disease.
Watch demonstrations of stretching and strength-building exercises and adaptive devices that can improve flexibility and strength for GVHD patients who have steroid-induced myopathy (muscle weakness).