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)