Are there adverse reactions associated with Cingal®?
Cingal® is generally well tolerated. However, possible complications may arise when Cingal® is injected into the knee joint. Pain, swelling, heat, rash, itching, bruising and/or redness, and achiness could occur. The skin at the injection site may become thinner or change colour. You may experience facial flushing. These reactions are normally mild and last for a very short period of time. Should any of these symptoms appear following your Cingal® injection or if you have any problems not included here, speak to your healthcare professional.