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Tuesday, July 16th 2013, 2:33pm

Side effects of Buserelin

Hi all

I started my Buserelin yesterday and I have got the worst side effects ever!!!

I have had awful stomach pains and cramping. I was awoken at 4.30am the pains were that bad, which was followed by a case of D (sorry). I felt OK this morning when I got up. Woke up as normal but with a big dirty coldsore thats so painful and came to work. I had my lunch and since then....i have felt dreadful!!! The pains have come back i cant sit upright as the pain is so uncomfortable. I feel weak and feel as though I am going to faint when I stand up.

I haven't even had today's injection yet - planning on doing that tonight.

Just wondered if anyone else has suffered from similar side effects???

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Friday, July 19th 2013, 8:12pm

How are you doing now?

Those sort of pains aren't usual so if you haven't already I would get in touch with the clinic.
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Friday, July 19th 2013, 9:35pm

I had migraines, felt sick and just generally felt poo- but not pains in my stomach
Hope ur a bit better now
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