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What are the side effects of Flagyl IV?

Common side effects of Flagyl include: upset stomach or nausea, mouth dryness or irritation, changes in tongue texture or feeling, changes in urine, pain or inflammation where injected, appetite loss, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, dizziness, the taste of metal in your mouth and headaches. These generally do not require medical attention unless they become severe. More serious side effects include: blood in the stool, changes in urination, tingling or numbness in extremities, neck stiffness, skin reactions or color change, flu-like symptoms, severe diarrhea, pronounced dizziness or headaches, white mouth sores, painful stomach cramps, coordination loss, slurring or difficulty speaking, vaginal infection, changes in vision and any signs of serious allergic reaction, such as rashes, labored breathing, chest pain or facial swelling. If you received Flagyl IV and experience these or other worrisome side effects, get medical attention as soon as possible.

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