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What are the side effects of Atrovent?

Side effects of Atrovent (ipratropium) can include: blurred vision, nausea, headaches, dry mouth, cough and a worsening of symptoms. Some side effects will go away during treatment and usually do not need medical attention. If any of these symptoms persist or if you have persistent constipation, heartburn, back pain or frequent, painful or difficult urination, contact your doctor.
Some side effects require immediate medical attention. If you have an allergic reaction to Atrovent, including hives, an itchy rash, swelling in the face or inside your mouth or throat or difficulty breathing, seek emergency treatment. Chest pain, hoarseness or a rapid or pounding heartbeat are also reasons to go to the emergency room.

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