Maximum Number Of Times To Use Reclast

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I have been infused with Reclast 6 times, with a holiday in between. I cannot find info as to the limit in using this drug. The last 2 times I developed muscle pain and fatigue. Feeling of general unwellness. Lasted 2 weeks the last time. The first 4x I had no symptoms.

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VerFree Says:

There really isn't a limit, so to speak, it depends on what condition is being treated, and your response to the treatment.

Muscle pain, fatigue, nausea, headache, dizziness, and joint pain can be normal side effects of Reclast.

Are you still having symptoms?

How far apart were your infusions? Does your doctor plan to do more?

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