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... Has anybody experienced bone pain from Neulasta, or any of the other injections to promote growth of white blood cells? ... (7 replies)
... Hi Amanda, I tend to get the ache in my arms about a week after injecting the neulasta. I do not get pain straight away, but neulasta has a different time-course to neupogen, so that might explain the difference. This week it has been particularly unpleasant, although it seems concentrated in my left arm, rather than both, which is the arm where my fingertips have gone... (7 replies)
... f breath during this period, and get dreadful indigestion, which does not respond to omeprazole. Nausea was quite bad, but I get ondansetron for this period. The neulasta injection is the day after the chemo, and that goes in my abdomen. ... (7 replies)

... i was in pain by the following morning and was prescribed cocodamol and dihydrocodiene but i was prescribed that for my pain before i was diagnosed and it was the only thing that would work. ... (7 replies)
... stimulation of the one marrow that causes the pain. perfectly normal. i had pain in my hips and my legs but they prescribed me with painkillers. ... (7 replies)
... Does the pain come and go, or is it like a constant ache? ... (7 replies)
... But, I'm still worrying about the Neulasta and only going from a 6 to a 4...I should have inquired more about that one. ... (130 replies)
... which is generic Ultram to the Tylenol, and it does help. I guess I will continue having the Neulasta every time after chemo. That seems to be 'my' plan...although you will be different. ... (42 replies)
... muscle aches are considered common but the length of time you are having pain may not be. Do you have any abdominal pain or pain in your side or shoulder pain ? ... (130 replies)
... that is the side effect that is the most common. Bone pain and flu like feeling. ... (130 replies)
... Thanks. I'm keeping this short---as, I just 'now' have returned to the 'living.' My goodness. The bone pain was over-the-top. I did what you told me to do, and called the nurse on duty earlier today. She, too, said it was the Neulasta & that they'll probably reduce the dosage, or give me something different next time. She said I, unfortunately, had all the adverse... (130 replies)
... Hey Simon, yes i honestly dont think i would have coped last year without these guys here. i lost a few friedns and family because they 'just couldnt cope' with MY diagonsis. i don't think you should worry (i know easier said than done) about your symptoms still there until the results of your scan. everybody reacts differently to the chemo drugs and they will know from your... (7 replies)
... hey simon, i had to inject myself the day before my treatment, i think it was a kinda quick fix for my WBCs. i didnt have to do it for the first couple of cycles and then once my WBCs were 0 and i had to do the injection and then after that i had to have it all the time, i guess cause they didnt want to postpone treatment again. where do you do your injections? is it your... (7 replies)
... I know fatigue is something that takes some time to go away. My hubby experienced a "tightness" in his belly the days following chemo. Also, the Neulasta shot after each treatment gave him achiness and bone pain. ... (6 replies)
... in the shoulder area. Some people have pain and some do not. ... (130 replies)




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