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What are the side effects of Striant?

Adverse reactions to Striant include irritation at the gum application site, prostate changes, urination problems, acne, tender or swollen breasts, decreased interest in sex, high blood pressure, emotional changes, changes in blood cholesterol or red blood cell count, prolonged or frequent erections, liver damage, jaundice, nausea, bleeding, bruising, fatigue, abdominal pain, breathing disturbances, sleep apnea, swollen ankles, bitter taste in mouth, gingivitis, gum or mouth irritation, hair loss, dark urine, light colored stool, depression, dizziness, weight gain or loss of appetite. Allergic reactions require immediate medical assistance and may include swelling of the lips, tongue or face, hives and a closed throat.

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