What are the side effects of antithrombin III?

Serious side effects from antithrombin III are rare. These include: severe allergic reactions, tightness or pain in the chest, itchiness or burning around the injection site, abnormal bleeding or bruising and extreme tiredness or weakness. Other side effects that may occur include: dizziness, nausea, a bad taste in the mouth, chills, cramps, light-headedness, constipation, filminess of the eyes, hives, fever, shortness of breath and oozing or hematoma. Contact your doctor right away if any of these side effects occur.

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