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What are the side effects of Accolate?

Individuals taking Accolate may experience headache, vomiting, infection, dizziness, myalgia, pain, dyspepsia, asthenia, abdominal pain, SGPT elevation, and nausea. If these persist, be sure to contact your health care provider.
Contact your health care provider immediately if you encounter any severe reactions to Accolate. These may include emotional side effects such as depression, mood changes, anxiety, restlessness, irritability, aggression, agitation, hostility, trouble sleeping, suicidal thoughts or behavior, sleepwalking, tremor, strange dreams, hallucinations, or other unusual changes in behavior.

Signs of severe allergic reaction to Accolate may include itching, trouble breathing, swelling (e.g. mouth, face, lips, and tongue), hoarseness, chest tightness, rash, and hives.

Additional side effects may include: loss of appetite, new or advancing shortness of breath or other breathing issues, flu-like symptoms, liver problems, numbness, tingling skin, hands, or feet, sore throat, chills, joint/muscle aches and pains, chest pain, chills, and symptoms of liver problems like jaundice, dark or burning urine, and unusual bruising or bleeding.

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