Zoledronic acid can cause the side effects you have experienced. This includes nausea and flu like symptoms. These can last for a few days. When you posted on Wednesday you explained this was six days after your infusion.
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Six days after my infusion I feel like I have chemo fatigue and don't fancy eating much. I probably overdid it because I have felt so well since chemo finished in December. The mild flu symptoms kept coming and going for the first few days after my infusion and the bad pains in my feet and hands soon went. I have never had Covid, but this morning did a test to make sure as I felt so rough. It was negative.