what is neulastim ?

Neulastim is a prescription medicine used to increase production of certain white blood cells in people with low white blood cell counts due to certain forms of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (cancer of the lymph nodes), multiple myeloma (cancer of the bone marrow) or chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)

how to inject neulastim

Injecting Neulasta is a common outpatient procedure performed by trained health professionals. The injection process involves inserting a needle into your skin, placing the medicine deep under the surface of the skin, and removing the needle. You will experience little or no pain when receiving this injection. You may have some tenderness and swelling at the injection site but these are usually mild side effects of Neulasta treatment.

pegfilgrastim side effects,

The most common side effects of pegfilgrastim are nausea and diarrhea, which usually begin within the first 7 days of treatment and usually improve over time. Other side effects that have been reported include: fever, cough, pain in the abdomen (belly), cough with yellow phlegm (sputum), vomiting, and fatigue/weakness.



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NEULASTIM (Pegfilgrastim)

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