Pierre Dybman (dybmapi) wrote,
Pierre Dybman
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The second week

For the time being, it seems the second week is pretty uneventful.

Probably all the products have been delivered and have completed their mission, and the organism is getting back in shape, unaware that, next Monday a new session starts!

To finish with the side effects, the rarest are as follows:

Rare side effects
Fewer than 1 in 100 people have these.
Kidney damage is usually mild and only happens in about 3 out of every 100 people (3%). Your doctor will monitor your kidneys with blood tests but tell them straight away if you stop passing urine
Hair loss happens to about 2 out of every 100 people (2%) and all body hair may be affected
Inflammation around the drip site – if you notice any signs of redness, pain, swelling or leaking at your drip site, tell your nurse straight away
Allergic reactions can happen in about 1 in every 200 people (0.5%) while this drug is going into your bloodstream – tell your nurse if you go red in the face, have an itchy rash, or feel faint or breathless
Loss of fertility – you may not be able to become pregnant or father a child after treatment with this drug. Talk to your doctor before starting treatment if you plan to have a baby in the future
Women may stop having periods (amenorrhoea), but this may only be temporary
Inflammation of the pancreas – this causes pain in the upper part of the tummy (abdomen)
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