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Revlimid Rash

Although developing a rash while taking Revlimid® (lenalidomide) is a common side effect of the medication, this particular reaction may also be a sign of other dangerous complications.
For example, if you are undergoing treatment with Revlimid and you develop a skin rash or have unexplained swelling (especially of the mouth, lips, or throat), it may be a sign of an allergic reaction to this medicine. However, in some cases, a rash may be a sign of a potentially life-threatening skin reaction called Stevens-Johnson syndrome.
(To learn more, click Revlimid Side Effects. This resource offers a detailed look at potential side effects of Revlimid, including common and serious reactions that may occur, and explains when to seek medical help.)
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