Active ingredients: aflibercept
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I had facial flushing after each injection together with other symptoms, but after the last injection I had a very bad red inflamed skin, photo sensitive and with a clear demarcation from the normal skin. It is difficult o treat and I have seen two dermatologists, both of whom think it is an allergic reaction. Has anyone had a patch test? I have reported my reaction to Bayer. I have asked what proportion of the drug passes into the system, but Bayer do not wish to divulge this info'.
I have been taking Eylea since 3/11/16 and I have noticed that at first I was taking it every 3 months now I am taking it monthly and when I skip a month it is because the dr gives me alternative treatments like lase. I have bee having muscle problems last month I sprained my toe and now I just bend to reach for something in the closed and puled a muscle behind my rib cage and have terrible muscle pains, have pain when coughing, yawning etc/
I'm interested in knowing what kinds of treatment has been successful at clearing up units caused by Eyelea injections. I now have floaters that are so bad, looking through my eyes is like peering through a dirty fish bowl.
I have hypertension controlled by Lisinipril and Clonidine. I have had one shot of Eylea and my normally controlled BP has been higher than usual. It is now 150/87 and is usually 120/72 but my pulse is a normal 60 bpm.
Hello, I am interested in finding out how many people have had a TIA after Eylea injections. I know 2 people who have had injections and both have had a TIA. Does anyone know how you find out if these have been reported to the fda?
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