What are the side effects of Crixivan?

The most common side effects of Crixivan include: diarrhea, drowsiness, headaches, dizziness, vomiting and nausea, fatigue, weakness and a bad taste in the mouth. If you experience any of the following serious side effects while taking Crixivan, you should contact your doctor immediately: serious allergic reactions, including difficulty breathing, rash, hives, itching, tightness in the chest, swelling of the mouth, face, lips or tongue; pain while urinating; pale stools; change in the amount of urine or dark urine; bloody or cloudy urine; changes in appetite; chest pain; chills; confusion; fast or irregular heartbeat; fever; heartburn; flushed face; ingrown toenails; joint or muscle aches; back, flank or side pain; mental or mood changes; numbness of the mouth; one-sided numbness or weakness; red, swollen or blistered skin; severe dizziness or fainting; severe or persistent stomach pain or upset; speech problems; swelling of the feet, hands, lower legs or stomach; unusual hair loss; unusual paleness; unusual tiredness; unusually dry skin; yellowing of the skin or eyes; vision changes; or weight changes. Crixivan may make your immune system stronger, which sometimes has the effect of bringing out dormant infections that your body will then try to fight. As a result, you may start to feel as if you're coming down with an infection. In general, discuss any worrisome or persistent side effects with your doctor.

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