No Reaction To Jetrea

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Sue Says:


I had an injection 5 days ago and have not had any reaction. Does this mean that the injection didn't work?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sue! How are you?

Not necessarily, it could be that you're just not sensitive to its side effects. I am very sensitive to medications and usually end up experiencing a ton of side effects, but my mother-in-law is the complete opposite and rarely ever experiences any from any medication she tries.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including reduced vision, pain and retinal breaks.

Are you still doing well?

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