My bad effects from Prolia included an inflamed face. Also my jaw bones hurt a lot, my bones hurt and my tongue hurt. A year and half later after that one injection, I still have inflamed skin all over that reacts to things like it never did before. E.g., to pet my cats, it feels like fiberglass afterwards. And I still have bone pain everywhere and I can't eat anything the slightest bit acidic, e.g. tomato sauce or my tongue hurts even more than it does normally. Plus my parathyroid blood levels went sky high for about 8 months. There are worse stories than mine out there of women who were hospitalized which is listed in the literature. But I would rather have gone to the hospital than to have these permanent side effects.
- Prolia Information for Consumers
- Prolia Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Prolia (detailed)
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