Does Reclast cause Rash?

Last Update May 29, 2016
Rash is a known side effect of Reclast
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#28 in Reclast discussions - 24 posts discuss Rash with Reclast. Rash is #28 concern in Reclast discussions.
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Does Reclast cause Rash?

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I received Reclast June of 2014, developed rash looking like chicken pox with 2 of them on abdomen. Now a year later I continue with rash and have over 30 on arms, legs, mostly trunk area that itch terribly for 3-4 days, go away and new ones appear. Been biopsied, allergy tested. No one can tell what it is. I attribute it to infusion since it started 3 weeks after. Help!

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