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I feel I should expand on my previous reply to "dizziness after radiation". I do not want to be an alarmist or cause any more stress but I also do not want any warnings to go un noticed. I seem to recall a post by a woman several months ago who lost her husband during radiation treatments due to a blood clot possibly caused by radiation. This dizziness should not be just thought of as a minor/rare side effect. IF that is what is happening and may be causing the dizziness, it could be serious. Let your caregivers know what is going on even if it seems irrelevant and voice your concerns. Maybe some others will have some input on this also. Best wishes! Jon.