Reclast Infusion

Posted by cindydee @cindydee, Mar 20, 2018

I just had a reclast infusion last week and have had serious side effects. I had the worst flue like aching for 5 days then my lefty arm became full of inflammation in the wrist, elbow and shoulder which caused extreme pain and I lost the ability to straighten my elbow. Ultrasound showed huge amounts of fluid throughout the arm. The right arm is now starting to have the same symptoms. The pain is excruciating. Has anyone else experienced anything like this? Neither the ER doctor nor the Dr. who prescribed the procedure knew what to do to ease the symptoms. Both arms from fingertips to shoulder are swollen and neither elbow will straighten. Anyone else have adverse reactions to the reclast infusion? If yes, how long did it last?

@llwortman

Have you read the Osteoclast medical reports that have been conducted in Europe? Canada? Did you see that both countries have black warning labels on some Osteoclast?
Do you ask your docs lots of questions about how bones build up? Why do these medications cause more fractures? Why do bones naturally build up AND tear down daily? What is the antidote if your bones react negatively with impact fractures while on or recently taken off the Osteoclast? What jaw and dental problems may happen?
Best,

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Osteoclast report from Canada – I'll internet search n read it. Thank u.

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@llwortman

Be your own advocate. If the physician you are paying doesn’t communicate respectfully, have you thought about getting a new physician? It’s our bodies and we must go with our gut feelings! It’s our life and Osteoclast has become regret! I push to exercise and sleep better and sleep is healing Keep up your greT work.
All the best;-)

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@llwortman I googled osteoclast and its definition is "a large multinucleate bone cell which absorbs bone tissue during growth and healing.", it does not sound as if it's also a medication. I'm confused because you sound as if you are referring to it as one of the medications that are used for bone building or maintaining. Which medication are you actually referring to?
Thanks.
JK

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@contentandwell

@llwortman I googled osteoclast and its definition is "a large multinucleate bone cell which absorbs bone tissue during growth and healing.", it does not sound as if it's also a medication. I'm confused because you sound as if you are referring to it as one of the medications that are used for bone building or maintaining. Which medication are you actually referring to?
Thanks.
JK

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Prolia

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@llwortman

@llwortman I guess I’m just confused. I googled and it didn’t say it’s a “bone cell”. Obviously it does affect your bones too. It seems counter that it can cause fractures too. It does mention that it’s used for people on steroids like prednisone, which I am. I take a small dose of prednisone daily.
JK

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