What are the side effects of Reyataz?

The side effects caused by Reyataz are generally mild, but may include: changes in the shape and location of body fat, flu-like symptoms (fever, headaches, muscle and joint aches), stomach upset (nausea, diarrhea, vomiting), tingling sensations or numbness and mood swings. If these side effects persist or become more intense, contact your doctor. Stop taking Reyataz and call your doctor immediately if you begin exhibiting symptoms of an allergic reaction to atazanavir, which consist of a rash or hives in combination with any of the following: swelling of your face, mouth or limbs; breathing problems; blisters; flu-like symptoms; stomach upset. Contact your doctor right away as well if you notice dark-colored urine, pale feces, jaundice (yellow skin or eyes), blood in your urine, pain in your back below the ribs or during urination, dizziness or erratic heartbeat.

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