Understanding common side effects of CYRAMZA for AFP-High Liver Cancer (HCC)
CYRAMZA may cause side effects. If you experience new symptoms while on treatment, it is important that you speak with your doctor.
Explore the most common side effects of CYRAMZA, below.
The most common side effects were:
Low blood platelet count; feeling tired; low albumin (protein in the blood); low sodium in the blood; swelling in the arms, legs, hands, or feet; high blood pressure; stomach pain; low white blood cell count; decreased appetite; too much protein in the urine; feeling like you want to throw up (vomit); unusual buildup of fluid in the belly.
The most common serious side effects were:
Unusual buildup of fluid in the belly and pneumonia
Talk to your doctor about any questions or concerns you might have with treatment. Your doctor will be monitoring you throughout treatment and may discuss tips that can help you manage any side effects from CYRAMZA.
You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/safety/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.
Please see Safety Summary for more safety information for CYRAMZA.