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Old Wed Mar 7, 2007, 12:33 PM
lddorazio lddorazio is offline
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neulasta used after dacogen trearment

Has anyone had Dacogen and Neulasta treatments and adverse reactions? Got a shot of Neulasta at 9:30 am and at 10pm was in the emergency with severe reactions to Neulasta. Low blood pressure, severe swelling of the mouth and lips, also lower extremities. Lots of bone pain and shortness of breath. Spent 30 days in the hospital and 6 days in rehab. Had both blood and platlet transfusions. Have still not recovered from the effects of Neulasta. I thought I was doing well with dacogen. All my counts were up except wbc and anc. Investigate Neulasta side effects throughly. You can call Amgen and talk to a pharamists. I wish I had looked before I leaped.
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