Infection-susceptibility effect of Remicade

We have 97 consumer reports for Remicade. Infection-susceptibility effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Infection-susceptibility side effect for Remicade

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
187.39
134.48

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 10″

Average age
37
21

Remicade Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 97 reported about Infection-susceptibility

  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. Kathy R. Losey says:
    4.5 rating

    Remicade for Morbus crohn

    For my Crohn’s disease, since October 2008 I have been receiving prednisone intravenously and Remicade as an infusion. I have to go to the hospital for these medications. First, prednisone is injected. After that, I have to wait half an hour before the Remicadeinfusion is attached. The flow time of the infusion is at least 2 hours. Then wait another half hour. So about 4 hours of time currently every 8 weeks. Prednisone: – steroid acne – weight gain – full moon face – diffuse hair loss – susceptibility to infection Side effects Remicade: – fatigue (especially during and shortly after infusion) – susceptibility to infection