What are the side effects of Tridione?

Tridione can have many different side effects, some of them serious. If you experience a rash, vision changes, a fever or sore throat, worsening seizures, a nosebleed, extreme dizziness or sleepiness, or easy or unusual bleeding or bruising, contact your doctor right away. Seek emergency care if you have an allergic reaction, such as facial swelling, hives, rash, and breathing difficulties. Other side effects should be brought to your doctor's attention if they bother you or persist. These include mild dizziness or sleepiness, poor coordination, decreased appetite, nausea, vomiting, sunlight sensitivity, blurry vision, or irregular eye movements.

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