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Are there any side effects of magnesium salicylate?

Magnesium salicylate may cause side effects, such as headaches; nausea; vomiting; diarrhea; sweating; increased thirst; and trouble hearing. More serious side effects could include: low blood sugar, ear ringing, blood clotting problems, blood in the stool, stomach bleeding and stomach pain. Other serious side effects are: continuous ringing or buzzing noise in the ears; black or tarry stools; dimness of vision; confusion, lightheadedness or shaking; hunger; unusual bleeding, bruising or weakness; deep or fast breathing with dizziness; numbness of feet, hands and around the mouth; restlessness, tremors or convulsions; and vomiting of blood or matter that looks like coffee grounds. An allergic reaction to this drug is possible. Allergy symptoms may include hives, itching, a tight chest, breathing difficulty, tingling in your mouth or throat and swelling of your face, hands or throat. If you experience any severe side effects, stop taking this drug and seek emergency medical help. If any side effects become severe or persist, contact your doctor.

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