Review the side-effects of Immune Globulin Intravenous
as documented in medical literature. The term "side effects" refers to unintended effects that can occur as a result of taking the medication. In majority of the instances these side-effects are mild and easily tolerable, however sometimes they can be more severe and can be detrimental.
If the side effects are not tolerable adjusting the dosage or switching to a different medication can help to manage or overcome side effects. If you have any doubts or questions, we recommend seeking advice from your doctor or pharmacist
High or low blood pressure, heart arrest and blood clotting events.
Central Nervous System
Weakness, dizziness, fatigue, headache, sleeplessness, coma, loss of consciousness, seizures and tremor.
Skin inflammation, redness, increased sweating, flushing, blisters, itching, bruising, rash, Stevens-Johnson syndrome and hives.
Eye and ENT
Ear pain, nosebleed, nose congestion, cold, runny nose and sore throat.
Abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, stomach discomfort and vomiting.
Acute kidney failure and acute tubular necrosis.
Anemia and decrease in white blood cells and platelets.
Muscle pain, joint pain, back pain, leg cramps, limb pain, neck pain and rigors.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome, shortness of breath, asthma, lung inflammation, bluish, difficulty in breathing, increased cough, lung swelling, sinus inflammation, upper respiratory tract infection and wheezing.
Accidental injury, chills, fever, pain, pain in extremities and tightness in chest.
Other Precautions :
* Avoid excess dosage.