Steroid Injections With Prolia Possible Side Effects

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Betsy Says:
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Have scoliosis and failed back syndrome. Have intrathecal prialt pump, rheumatoid arthritis, hip turned in, atrial fibrillation, kidney stones, osteoarthritis, two knees that need replacement, neuropathy, history of cellulitis, teeth problems, two feet that need fusions, skin so thin from using prednisone, olecrenitis in elbows. Would you recommend I get a prolia infusion?



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David Says:

Dear Betsy,

I'm very sorry to hear about your situation. Have you had a chance to check out any of the other Prolia-related discussion threads here on MedsChat? If not, posted below are a couple threads with lots of feedback from others who've had personal experience with Prolia:

1) - Prolia side effects

2) - Prolia Side Effects Duration

From what I can tell, the possible side effects are a major concern to others, but perhaps browsing through the comments may help you make a more informed decision.

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Gloria Says:

Hi Betsy, very sorry about your conditions. The only thing I can tell you is what I experienced from the Prolia inj's. I began them in 2012, trusted my oncologist, given no info at the time about the side effects! I only had the beginning of osteopenia and regret ever taking the inj's. I had no muscle pains, no joint pains, not arthritis. After the inj's. I suffer daily with pain, also skin problems, vertigo, stomach problems, suffer from most all of the side effects. Sorry for no better news, but it was a horrible drug for me. Hope this helps and good luck to you.

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Betsy Says:
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Dear David, thank you for advice. I have been reading posts and I think I will not get the injection. Thank you everyone for sharing experiences. Without this information I probably would have taken my first shot.

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