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When should I call my doctor or pharmacist while taking adapalene gel?

Contact your doctor or pharmacist if you experience any skin irritation. Also, call if you're having an allergic reaction to the medication, such as hives, redness or flushing of the skin or itching. Call 911 immediately if you have difficulty breathing, chest or throat tightness or wheezing, or if you grow light-headed or lose consciousness. Also get emergency attention if you have a rapid or irregular heartbeat, or if you have swelling of your face, tongue, lips, throat, joints, hands or feet. Call your physician or pharmacist if you have any questions while taking adapalene gel.

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