Dizziness effect of Remicade

We have 97 consumer reports for Remicade. Dizziness effect occurred in 4%.

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Remicade Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 97 reported about Dizziness

  1. Rebecca W. Darby says:
    4.0 rating

    Remicade for Psoriasis; Psoriatic arthritis

    Remicade: Since all the other drugs did not kill me anymore, I got the infusion with Remicade every 6 weeks now. Nausea and dizziness occur quite a lot on the day of the infusion, which lasts one day. Stupid is that it is totally infectious and the colds take longer to die down and slightly larger if mistaken treatment take (eg, pneumonia). The liver values also increase quite a bit, which I could improve with artichoke extract. The nice thing is that the skin symptoms have completely gone down and that already after the second infusion Methotrexate: I get that to prevent the formation of antibodies against the Remicade and as support for the rheumatic part. Nausea stomach pain weight gain

  2. Heather E. Smith says:
    3.5 rating

    Remicade for Psoriatic arthritis

    After more rheumatism, I finally got to Remicade. Every 6 weeks for 2 hours at the drip at the doctor. After getting up, I’m dizzy for a very short time, but immediately goes away .. Then I feel great and without pain. This lasts about 3-4 weeks. Then I’m looking forward to the next drip. I can only recommend, is very expensive but has the least side effects. For me it is the temporary dizziness

    Side effects: Dizziness
  3. Jean T. Soares says:
    3.5 rating

    Remicade for Morbus crohn

    Nothing worked for me, so we chose Remicade. It helps very well. Since then eigtl. Had no more thrust. I get it every 6-8 weeks. But also often have stronger side effects, such. extreme body aches up to 2 days after infusion. Dizziness and extreme hair loss. The skin has since become very dry and unclean since then. But that’s all to endure. The pain coming from the MC are worse !!! I am glad that the Remicade strikes so well.