Entyvio Side Effects


Generic name: vedolizumab


Entyvio Side Effects

Important: This document provides details on the Entyvio side effects. Certain dosage forms mentioned in this document might be different and may not apply to the name brand Entyvio.


Common Entyvio side effects include nasopharyngitis. Other adverse Entyvio side effects include upper respiratory tract infection as well as fatigue. Check out the following list of adverse reactions.

For the Consumer

It is applicable to the drug vedolizumab the powder that is administered intravenously for solution

Medical care

Alongside its necessary benefits, vedolizumab (the active ingredient found within Entyvio) can cause undesirable adverse effects. While some of these adverse effects could occur, if they occur, they could require medical treatment.

Consult your physician or nurse right away if you experience any side effect listed below. happen during the course of taking Entyvio

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Incidence unknown

There are no immediate side effects that require medical treatment

A few negative Entyvio side effects could occur, and they typically do not require medical care. These Entyvio side effects could be eliminated after treatment, as your body adapts to medication. Also, your healthcare specialist may provide suggestions on ways to minimize or prevent certain adverse consequences.

Talk to your doctor If any of the following side effects persist or become troubling or if there are any concerns about these side effects:

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Managing side effects (general information)

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It is applicable to vedolizumab Intravenous injection of powder








Frequency not reported: Sepsis, tuberculosis, salmonella sepsis, Listeria meningitis, giardiasis, cytomegaloviral colitis


Nervous system





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Always consult your doctor to make sure the information presented on this page is applicable to your specific situation.

Some adverse reactions may not be disclosed. Some side effects may not be reported. You can be able to report them to the FDA.

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