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What are the side effects of Prialt?

The most frequent side effects of Prialt are dizziness, nausea, joint pain and involuntary eye movements. Some other side effects include: blurry vision, diarrhea, weakness, amnesia, unusual dreaming or sleep problems, lack of coordination, sleepiness, tremor and trouble urinating. Rare but more serious side effects include: symptoms of an allergic reaction (chest tightness, trouble breathing, rash, itching, facial swelling, hives and swelling in your mouth or throat), sedation or loss of consciousness, memory or speech or thinking problems, hallucinations or thoughts of self-harm or suicide, feeling faint, odd mouth sensations, double vision, paranoia or feelings of hostility or disorientation, muscle pain or cramps or soreness and dark urine, depressed or particular tired mood, unusual bleeding or signs of a new infection where the injection was given or headaches with fever, stiff neck, light sensitivity, purple skin spots, vomiting or seizures.

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