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Restless_Rebel

695d

Hi Everyone! I do Kyprolis infusions (Chemo) every two weeks. Within 4 hours after treatment I get an overall tired uncomfortable feeling that usually last until the next day. Does anyone else experience this?

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    • nutella0

      11d

      Sorry to hear that you're dealing with those side effects! I personally was pretty much OK after, but It's not uncommon to feel tired after Kyprolis infusions. In the meantime, getting plenty of rest can help. Remember, you're not alone! Take care! 🌷💖

    • nutella0

      11d

      Sorry to hear that you're dealing with those side effects! I personally was pretty much OK after, but It's not uncommon to feel tired after Kyprolis infusions. In the meantime, getting plenty of rest can help. Remember, you're not alone! Take care! 🌷💖

    • goryanin

      11d

      Yeah, I can totally relate. post-treatment symptoms can be a pain in the ass .but it sounds like you're experiencing some common side effects. Others here also mentioned feeling tired and uncomfortable afterward. did you talk about this with your healthcare team? They might have some ways to help manage these symptoms or adjusting your treatment to make it more tolerable...

    • Lolita

      69d

      Yes, the post-infusion fatigue is familiar. It usually lasts until the next day for me too. Hang in there!

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