Itchy Scalp..i Know That It Is Prolia Related!!!

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hazel Says:

I have had one only PROLIA injection this was eight months ago, no second for me!! my first side effects set in for me 5 months in with a stiff and very painful neck plus TMJ pain, these two have subsided some however my latest is ITCHY scalp, I a wondering how long this will last? Two months in I had a bleed in the back of my eye, this is now improving very slowly, to me it is PROLIA related. I know my side effects are minor compared to other posts. What a weird drug this is to cause so much pain and distress. It will be interesting to see if in the future there will a legal action as there was with Fosomax!! BTW I am 79.

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Cathy Says:

Two days after receiving my first injection (and my last for sure) of PrIolia, I have dozens of horrid painful, itchy, burning lesions all over my body and scalp. Nothing advised by doctors or web sites helps. It has been 6 weeks and it is getting worse not better. I can't sleep! Even my eyelids itch and burn. NEVER EVER again. No one warned me about this either. I was only told about the rare jaw issue and for the past couple of days, my jaw is killing me.

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