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Side effect(s) of Bleomycin

Read the side effects of Bleomycin as described in the medical literature. In case of any doubt consult your doctor or pharmacist.

Respiratory- Difficulty in breathing, lung disease and cracking sound.

Heart- Low blood pressure, cerebral arteritis, stroke, heart attack, Raynaud phenomenon(condition where there is spasm of blood vessels mainly in fingers and toes) and thrombotic microangiopathy, (clot formation in small blood vessels) (with combination chemotherapy).

Central Nervous System- Uneasiness.

Skin- Hair loss, redness, thickening of the skin, darkening of skin, nail changes, itching, rash, skin tenderness, mouth ulcer, stretch marks, blistering and scleroderma-like skin changes.

Gastrointestinal- Loss of appetite and vomiting.

Local- Pain, pain at tumor site and inflammation of veins.

Metabolic- Weight loss.

Miscellaneous- Allergic reactions.

Other Precautions : *Avoid excess dosage.
* Use a reliable birth control method to prevent pregnancy.

Drug Name : Bleomycin

Bleomycin(lenoxane) generic is an anti cancer agent, used for the treatment of skin, oral cavity, head and neck cancer. It is also used for lymphomas, cancer of the testis and fluid accumulation in the chest caused by cancer.
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