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    Thymoglobulin intravenous

    Side Effects

    List Thymoglobulin intravenous side effects by likelihood and severity.

    The following side effects are associated with Thymoglobulin intravenous:

    Common side effects of Thymoglobulin intravenous:

    • ChillsSevere
    • Decreased Blood PlateletsSevere
    • Decreased White Blood CellsSevere
    • Disease caused by Cytomegalovirus InfectionSevere
    • FeverSevere
    • High Amount of Potassium in the BloodSevere
    • High Blood PressureSevere
    • Sepsis Caused by BacteriaSevere
    • Urinary Tract InfectionSevere
    • DiarrheaLess Severe
    • DizzyLess Severe
    • Fast HeartbeatLess Severe
    • Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
    • Feeling WeakLess Severe
    • Fluid Retention in the Legs, Feet, Arms or HandsLess Severe
    • Head PainLess Severe
    • Not Feeling WellLess Severe
    • PainLess Severe
    • Stomach CrampsLess Severe
    • Trouble BreathingLess Severe

    Infrequent side effects of Thymoglobulin intravenous:

    • Blood Clot in VeinSevere
    • Burning StomachSevere
    • Herpes Simplex InfectionSevere
    • ItchingLess Severe
    • RashLess Severe
    • Signs and Symptoms at Injection SiteLess Severe
    • ThrushLess Severe

    Rare side effects of Thymoglobulin intravenous:

    • Destruction of Red Blood CellsSevere
    • Life Threatening Allergic ReactionSevere

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