Graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) often affects the genitals in both women and men after a bone marrow or stem cell cell transplant that uses donor cells (allogeneic transplant). Learn about the symptoms and effective treatments for genital GVHD.
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After a stem cell transplant, a variety of breathing problems may develop may occur, including graft-verus-host disease in the lungs. Learn the symptoms and what you can do to maintain healthy lungs after transplant.
People who have had a stem cell transplant have a higher risk of osteoporosis and bone fractures than the general population. Learn what you can do to protect against bone fractures after transplant.
Some people experience nerve damage, called peripheral neuropathy, after a stem cell transplant. Learn what causes peripheral neuropathy and how it is treated.
Many people report changes in the way they think and process information after a bone marrow transplant. Learn why these changes occur, how long they typically last and strategies you can use to function despite these changes.