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Hydration Hacks

Cancer treatment can change your taste buds so much that even plain water starts to taste offensive. It's important to drink fluids regularly, so keep these H20 alternatives handy.

Mix-In Hydration Packets

by Cure Hydration

Lemon Mix-In Hydration Packets

by Cure Hydration

Ginger Turmeric Mix-in Hydration Packets

by Cure Hydration

Wild Berry Mix-In Hydration Packets

by Cure Hydration

Nausea and Upset Stomach Remedies

When you’re in the throes of nausea and stomach upset, there’s not very much you wouldn't try to get relief. Here are some things that have helped others — and may work for you, too.

Nausea Bags (25 ct)

by McKesson

Upset Stomach Relief Capsules

by Hilma

Anti-Nausea Wrist Bands

by Seaband

Nausea Relief Lollipops

by Three Lollies

Nausea Relief Candies

by Three Lollies

Sugar Free Nausea Relief Candies

by Three Lollies

Nausea Relief Candies with Honey

by Three Lollies

Oral Relief

If mouth soreness (aka mucositis) or oral dryness become side effects of your treatment, these products can help end the misery and restore the crucial ability to chew and swallow.

Mouth Pain & Dryness Bundle

by McKesson

Dry Mouth Oral Rinse

by Biotene

Moisturizing Mouth Spray

by Biotene

Moisturizing Ointment Jar

by Aquaphor

Moisturizing Ointment

by Aquaphor

Mouth Sore Relief Supplement

by Enlivity

Recovery Wardrobe Essentials

These pieces of clothing that can make getting dressed easier while helping you feel some semblance of "normal" — even if cancer interrupts what you can wear everyday.

Cowl Neck Pullover in Steel Blue

by PATCH10

Cowl Neck Pullover in Pomegranate

by PATCH10

Crewneck Pullover in Charcoal

by PATCH10

Crewneck Pullover in Navy

by PATCH10

PICC Line Shower Cover

by Care+Wear

Recovery Robe with Drain Management Belt

by AnaOno

Front Closure Bra with Pockets

by AnaOno

Soft Bralette with Pockets

by AnaOno

Soft Full Coverage Bra with Pockets

by AnaOno

Lace-Trimmed Camisole with Pockets

by AnaOno

Managing Treatment-induced Menopause

Some cancer treatments can cause early or temporary medically-induced menopause. These products help relieve the most common symptoms, from hot flashes to urinary incontinence to insomnia.

Panty Liners

by Attn:Grace

Light Bladder Leakage Pads

by Attn:Grace

Moderate Bladder Leakage Pads

by Attn:Grace

Heavy Bladder Leakage Pads

by Attn:Grace

Incontinence Briefs

by Attn:Grace

Gentle Cleansing Wipes

by Attn:Grace

Vaginal Moisturizer

by Replens