RECLAST Report: injection Thursday afternoon when
A following RECLAST side effect report was submitted by a user.
Female patient reported the following RECLAST IV side effects :
Had my injection on a Thursday afternoon, when I awakened on Sat. am and put my feet on the floor I was stunned by severe pain in every bone in my feet and then felt it throughout my body. I took 2 ibuprofens and felt better for the day, but I have had increasing pain throughout my body in every bone!! My hands hurt beyond belief when I wake up. My rt hip began hurting so badly I asked the Dr. to let me have an xray-convinced I had had a spontaneous fracture-xray was negative that goodness, now the same is happening in my spine. The xray is negative, but I'm having a MRI on Friday-8/5/11. I'm convinced this is from the Reclast since I never had this type of pain before. I called the endocrinologist and she said she "was sorry this happened" Now of course I'm sorry I took the medication and wonder what my options are as well as how long this pain will last! Also I too have heart palpitations.
Medication Dosage: unknown
Medication Frequency: once a year
Patient Age: 65
Patient Weight: 130
Diagnosis: Osteoporosis in two areas of spine.
Pre-existing conditions: I do have several food allergies. Allergic to Percodan.
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? No
Other serious medical events? No
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