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after Opvido….side effects

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      3c, 24x , Opvido , last infusion mid dec.


      after having no symptoms for the year of infusion, after finishing  about 5 weeks ago I developed mild constipation with lower back pain and side pain and lower abdomen pain.

      it was so bad I went to urgent care. they took x-rays and blood and found nothing.

      the problem persists.

      anything to do with opvido?

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          Onc suggested that withdrawal from opvido can aggravate existing arthritis.  which in my case i have.


          then there become the issue of the loci of arthritis and its radiant effects, including pain elsewhere and maybe even initiating constipation.


          so that is the news: some withdrawal effects on arthritis sufferers.


          he really nearly  tell me to take 2 aspirin and call him in the morning.

          it was three Ibprufroren and 7 days…but …still……



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