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Alexis Says:
 
Would like to know of side effects after Prolia infusion from other persons. Up to now I have none.

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Jan Says:
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What? I have had 2 basal cell miles grow and be removed since I had my Prolia shot!!!!!

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Poodle Says:
 
Skittie~the pharmacy here keeps it in stock so I'm not the only one taking it. Basal cell is basically nothing. That's why the instructions say to have the nose checked once a year. Big deal. They don't like it because nobody is making big bucks on it. And, they have NEVER been sued like Merck has or like we want for Prolia. Even Prolia causes basal cell carcinoma but not in the nose. It does need to be looked at and stopped which is a pretty small procedure. I don't know why they have their heads stuck in the sand. Get well - Hugs~Pood

For everyone's edification - Reclast did 0 for my bones in one full year. You have to go to the hospital to have it put in and it takes a good couple of hours or so of your time. You need it pre-approved before insurance will pay for it.

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Poodle Says:
 
Diana~Hypercalcemia is definitely from Prolia and as we all know, just stopping the drug does not remove all of it's side effects in the body. Tell your stupid MD to think about carbon and carbon dating and then he may get a clue about what Prolia is still doing to your body. Prolia is biologic so it grew on this Earth so it has half lives. Period. The end. These guys did study science, didn't they or is that something they get to skip in medical school. Angrily and stupidity of our MD's ~Pood

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Skitty Says:
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I know pood- I'm not defending prolia for sure. I still don't feel safe taking ANY of these drugs. My trust has been totally eroded from everything that has happened to me and what I'm living with daily. It's is a living hell. I feel awful for her. I would want to murder anyone who did that to me. I pretty much feel that way already. lol. Hugs

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Skitty Says:
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My brain is scrambled for sure with everything going on with me.

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Diana Says:
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Maybe I answered thus once but hypercalcemia can scramble the brain. After stopping Prolia I have been diagnosed with hypercalcemia. Instead of checking thyroid for tumors they want me to take a other AmGen special, Reclast because they say it prevents cancer. Just had ultrasound on kidneys, awaiting results. I think hypercalcemia may be another side effect. I never had problems pre Prolia.

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Skitty Says:
 
Here are some links Pood.. I'm not sure what to do, I really don't want to take any of these drugs. I notice one article says that calcitonin salmon is safe for people with blood clots. The rheumy showed me a more recent page at the FDA website that CS is not recommended at all anymore, but as usual due to the terrible search and organization of their site I'm unable to find that one now. ugh. I just don't know what to do, it seems none of my docs will rx this for me anyway. I have something else going on with vit D, pth and calcium obviously so I can't take anything now. I guess at some point I may go to the specialist the rheumy referred me to. I still have to call him and see what he thinks of my second high urine calcium levels. He said we would talk after that but like many doctors I have not heard another word from him. lol. The higher risk of cancer seemed to be for basal cell skin cancer not for nasal cancer.

fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/PostmarketDrugSafetyInformationforPatientsandProviders/ucm388641.htm

fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch/SafetyInformation/ucm190771.htm

reuters.com/article/us-fda-calcitonin-idUSBRE92418H20130305

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Roni Says:
 
Do you know where that class action lawsuit is located or do you have a link ?
I am just so sorry to hear about your father. So unnecessary , they treat these people like guinea pigs. To many people having problems.

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Roni Says:
 
Good we need to either start a class action lawsuit. The side effects are taking people down. Its so nuts.

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Poodle Says:
 
Skittie~Post 1409. I have never ever in my life met a person that got cancer in their nose from Calcitonin. It does say to go have your nose checked once a year. I live in a high arid dessert so I have always used a product in my nose and on my lips to keep them moist and if one does this every night on the side that did not get the Calcitonin in it, it would be totally impossible to get cancer from it. Product itself says do not use in nose but my Grandma did, my Mom did and I always have. It's a really good lubricant more for maybe a cold and it's not Vics or however they spell that. There is always a very easy way to never have nose problems. I had cancer before and it was a real 'w'itch but I'm not the least bit worried about Calcitonin. I know it's history too well. How many people has Prolia killed and they still love that and it does leave the body open to cancer as we always have cancer cells in us but it is the job of our immune system to seek and destroy. We have one member that did get cancer from Prolia and in a very bad place. She definitely wants in on the legal suit when I find someone else to talk to and I will ask for more time so we can get everyone together. Hugs~

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Skiity Says:
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Pood I meant my doc won't rx calcitonin. Said it will give me cancer. For sure. There's an FDA warning about it. Said has RX prolia with no side effects. My other doc was taking prolia for 2 years with no effects. She said since her bone density is now osteopenia she's going to stop it due to the terrible side effects etc. not sure what you mean about the poms?

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Poodle Says:
 
Skittie~does that mean she will not Rx it to anyone at all? If that is the case, you have found a very smart Dr. They prefer to blame it on anything else other than Prolia and I know the witch that about did me in is still giving it to people and so is my GP. Why in the world are Drs. unable to stand up for the oath they took -- DO NO HARM. Good for you!!! Were you able to put 2 plus 2 together when I wrote you about the Poms? Be well my friend~Pood


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SheriS Says:
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I went to New Dr., same office but I refuse to go to one who gave me Prolia. The new said you are due for Bone Density but I see here you won't take any drugs, so no need to go for it. I said that is correct, so I like this one

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Skitty Says:
 
Pood, one of my docs said due to me telling her about the terrible side effects she is going to stop prolia. So far she has been lucky to have none.

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Skitty Says:
 
Thanks Pood, my doc won't rx it... said I will definitely get cancer if I take it... defended all the other drugs. And I still don't know what is going on with my pth being high.. this doc believes it's caused from low vitamin d but I have had two high urine calcium levels now so I'm excreting a lot of calcium. It could be a primary parathyroid issue- so I can't take forteo. I'm not sure if I want to at this point anyway. All these drugs scare me quite frankly. If not for my dvt I would go back on hrt. But I was on that for year before everything happened and I still got Osteporosis with 4-5 years of early menopause. That is pretty fast for what normally happens.

I would love a poodle I'm sure but still not sure about it.. or a pom.. All our kitties and doggies have been rescues though... I'm still grieving my little boy so much.. I think his spirit is still here as our other kit looked to one of his beds as if he was here today. I just keep talking to him. I'm going for a walk.. hopefully that will help things if nothing else does. I hope you're feeling better.

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Poodle Says:
 
Kitty~I read it and did a little research and it is still a rotten biologic drug. I will go to the nursing home before I take anything biologic again in my life. They can promise all they want to and I don't believe a word of it. The Docs can use it on themselves and we can sit back and watch the evidence - yes, every MD in the world has to take this before I would even give it a thought. I've had enough from Amgen to last me for the rest of my life. Right now, the subject is not even being discussed with me from my regular docs. What do the rest of you think? Thank you for finding it. Now that I know it may be available soon I can stay far, far away from it. Pood

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Kitty Says:
 
Diana: Glad you were able to read the article and comments. Also glad you posted your story. Interesting discussion! Take care.

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Diana Says:
 
Found it!!!!
Thank you so much. I did post something about the new things cropping up (or becoming so bad, they are having to look at the issues - i.e, hypercalcemia and also possible kidney issues. Article is very general and not even coming close to all the side effects of this drug. It needs about five more years study at least with people being aware of what can happen to them if they participate and receive Prolia!

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Diana Says:
 
Now my doctor says he has about 100 patients on Prolia. So that makes me the one in 100 that has had multiple debilitating and painful side effects according to him, and I don't think he yet believes me, even though he watched me hobble into his office on a cane after being bought into building in wheelchair. Despite the fact I still have sores all over my body Despite the fact, the bursitis has not completely gone away, to mention a few. I don't buy it. I read the New York article - it doesn't mention the myriad of side effects, many debilitating and some leading to fatalities potentially........Dr. told me it is used to treat cancer - - - well, even then I would have to choose between quality of my last years against the quantity.

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Kitty Says:
 
Diana: Regarding NY times article, See entry # 1398 It should provide a link to the article. Read the comments. Hope you feel well soon.

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