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Actemra intravenous

Does Actemra intravenous have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with Actemra intravenous:

Common side effects of Actemra intravenous:

High Blood PressureSevere
Acute Infection of the Nose, Throat or SinusSevere
Throat IrritationLess Severe
Urinary Tract InfectionLess Severe
Head PainLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of Actemra intravenous:

Upper Abdominal PainLess Severe
BronchitisLess Severe
Burning StomachLess Severe
DizzyLess Severe
RashLess Severe
High Amount of Triglyceride in the BloodLess Severe
High Amount of Fats in the BloodLess Severe

Rare side effects of Actemra intravenous:

Multiple SclerosisSevere
Bacterial Infection of Blood or Tissues affecting the Whole BodySevere
Relapse of Hepatitis B Infection SymptomsSevere
Peripheral Demyelinating NeuropathySevere
Kidney StoneSevere
Abnormal Liver Function TestsSevere
Infection due to the Candida FungusSevere
Infection caused by Coccidioides FungusSevere
Type of Infection caused by Histoplasmosis FungusSevere
Infection caused by Blastomyces Dermatitidis FungusSevere
Life Threatening Allergic ReactionSevere
Allergic Reaction caused by a DrugSevere
A Fungal Infection - AspergillosisSevere
Infection caused by a FungusSevere
Active TuberculosisSevere
Pneumonia caused by Pneumocystis Jirovecii OrganismSevere
Reactivated TuberculosisSevere
Malignant Tumor or CancerSevere
Underactive ThyroidSevere
A Rupture in the Wall of the Stomach or IntestineSevere
Decreased Blood PlateletsSevere
Decreased White Blood CellsSevere
Decreased Neutrophils a Type of White Blood CellSevere
Pink EyeLess Severe
Painful, Red or Swollen MouthLess Severe
Redness of SkinLess Severe
Fluid Retention in the Legs, Feet, Arms or HandsLess Severe
Weight GainLess Severe
Trouble BreathingLess Severe
CoughLess Severe
Signs and Symptoms at Injection SiteLess Severe

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