Sobrevivente desde 2011
Everyone's different. I felt lousy, but never threw up (during AC). I'm 32 and active, so that might have helped. The fatigue builds up and I took a lot of naps midday. And some things I couldn't eat bc they made me feel sick. Keep up with anti-nausea meds. Also, the can block your bowels, so take colace or other stool softeners. If you don't, it can be very painful! Sorry if that's TMI!
Also drink a ton of fluids--flush out the toxins. Massage also helps. I've heard acupuncture is good, but it wasn't for me (tried it once)
On the days I felt better, I tried to exercise a little. I went from 5-10 minutes up to 25-45 on my really good days. Of course, I was slower, but it felt great and my doctors think it made a difference with how well I did with chemo.
Taxol wad the last 4 rounds--I didn't get sick, but the muscle aches were terrible. I recommend a massage the day or two after your treatment for this chemo drug too , especially if they're offered at your hospital. They made a HUGE difference. Fatigue kept building up. Listen to your body and rest when needed.
Good luck and best wishes