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Neulasta Side Effects

A box and syringe of Neulasta.
There have been reported side effects from taking Neulasta. Some minor effects can range from bone and joint pain, muscle pain or constipation. However some serious side effects can include severe allergic reactions such as rash or hives, difficulty with breath, dizziness, irregular and faster heartbeats, intense sweating, tightening of the chest, swelling of the mouth, face, lips, and tongue. Other swelling areas include hands, feet, legs and arms. Other side effects experienced have included faster breathing, pain in the left shoulder, pain in the left side of the upper stomach. Upon injection in many patients, there have been cases where the site of the injection has a lump, bruising or swelling. The most severe side effects of Neulasta have been reports of: • Enlargement and rupture of the spleen. • Serious lung complications can include ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome). • Serious sickle cell crisis preceded by pain and difficulty breathing.