Recently my G.I. started me on Remicade because I am still not in remission. The first infusion went fine, no side effects what so ever. Last week, I had my second infusion and had a really hard time. During the infusion, I had the chills the whole time. About an hour after the treatment was over, I started to get a really bad headache, then the body aches-actually I felt like I got hit by something! It lasted about a day but now I feel like I have anxiety all of the time and am very short tempered. And at the same time, I am always tired. Is this normal to feel this way? I get my third infusion May 7th and am scared how I will react. My son graduates on Memorial Day and I am hoping to celebrate the big day with no problems.
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