It’s natural to worry about your skin rashes and difficult to say if this is due to side effects of Zometa. However, skin problems are a less common side effect of the drug.
It’s a good idea to contact your hospital team as they can investigate the cause of your symptoms.
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I have been treated with surgery and Chemo for Triple negative breast cancer in addition I have received 3 of 6 planned 6 monthly Zometa infusions.Recently I noticed small patches of raised skin on my forehead and legs has anyone else experienced anything similar.I am worried it may be some form of skin cancer I am not sure if I should contact my GP first or get in touch with the oncology team direct.