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Monoject Prefill (PF) intravenous

Side Effects

List Monoject Prefill (PF) intravenous side effects by likelihood and severity.

The following side effects are associated with Monoject Prefill (PF) intravenous:

Common side effects of Monoject Prefill (PF) intravenous:

  • Decreased Blood PlateletsSevere
  • Decreased Platelets due to the Medication HeparinSevere

Infrequent side effects of Monoject Prefill (PF) intravenous:

  • Abnormal Liver Function TestsSevere
  • HemorrhageSevere

Rare side effects of Monoject Prefill (PF) intravenous:

  • Adrenal HemorrhageSevere
  • Allergic Reaction caused by a DrugSevere
  • Bleeding in the AbdomenSevere
  • Bleeding into OvarySevere
  • Blood Clot in an Artery of the KidneySevere
  • Blood Clot with Platelet Decrease due to HeparinSevere
  • BronchospasmSevere
  • Chest PainSevere
  • Continued Painful ErectionSevere
  • HivesSevere
  • ItchingSevere
  • Life Threatening Allergic ReactionSevere
  • Numbness and TinglingSevere
  • Numbness, Tingling or Pain of Hands or FeetSevere
  • OsteoporosisSevere
  • RashSevere
  • Reaction due to an AllergySevere
  • Signs and Symptoms at Injection SiteSevere
  • Skin DiscolorationSevere
  • ChillsLess Severe
  • Collection of Clotted Blood in an Organ, Space or TissueLess Severe
  • Excessive Watery EyesLess Severe
  • FeverLess Severe
  • Hair LossLess Severe
  • Head PainLess Severe
  • Inflammation of the NoseLess Severe
  • Nausea and VomitingLess Severe
  • Redness of SkinLess Severe

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