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Diarrhea AFTER completing Opdivo?

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      I started to experience diarrhea 3 months after completing my 12 month cycle of opdivo (nivolumab) Treatment. Has anyone else had diarrhea following completion of treatment?
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          I went through the same thing about 8 months after completing Opdivo. It lasted about 6 or 7 weeks and then I was fine. I’ve had a colonoscopy since then and everything was fine.
            Hi – I am almost 10 months out since my last Nivo infusion(did a year for stage 3)- and started having diarrhea about 2 months ago. I never had it during treatment. I have an appt with Gastro next month but am hoping it eases before then. I thought was from stress from other things in my life, but maybe is related to the immuno.
            thanks for bringing this up and best of luck to you – hopefully you are feeling well soon!
              Seems like it is common by looking at the above posts, I got diarhea and stomach ache after 6 months of Opdivo for couple of weeks and then back to normal.
              Hope it gets better soon for you.
                Hi all- turns out my diarrhea 10 months out from opdivo treatment IS colitis from the treatment.
                Please if you get diarrhea, have it checked out.
                I was just on dr- fatigue and figured it work itself out, but It doesn’t work that way. Thanks to Dana. farber for their dogged follow up to get me to see the light and go in!
                On steroids now and hoping for recovery soon.
                Be well all -bethL
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