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What are the side effects of Daraprim?

Daraprim may cause allergic reactions. Seek emergency medical help if you experience signs of an allergic reaction, such as hives, itchy skin rash, difficulty breathing or swelling of the face, tongue or throat. Tell your doctor as soon as possible if you experience any of the following severe side effects of Daraprim treatment: easy bruising or bleeding; blood in the urine; pale skin or skin rash (red, swollen, blistering skin); difficulty breathing; severe or persistent vomiting; fever or chills; extreme fatigue; seizures; elevated heartbeat; increased sensitivity to sunlight; or feeling faint or lightheaded. Daraprim tablets may also cause common side effects that do not require medical attention unless they worsen or last a long time. Call your doctor if the following mild side effects become bothersome: mild diarrhea, loss of appetite, upset stomach, mild vomiting, headaches or dizziness, dry mouth or difficulty sleeping. While you are taking Daraprim, tell your doctor if you experience any unusual side effects or any that are not on this list.

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