Make sure your doctor knows if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
Tell your doctor if you have a bleeding disorder such as hemophilia, or if you bruise easily.
If you have a reaction to this medicine, you may develop redness, swelling, itching, a raised scratch, or changes in skin color where the shot was given. These signs may appear within 24 hours of receiving the injection. Most symptoms will disappear within a few hours or days. Changes in skin color can last for several weeks.
Your doctor may allow you to treat minor skin discomfort with a cold compress or topical medicine. Do not treat your skin reaction without first asking your doctor.