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What are the side effects of nortriptyline hydrochloride oral solution?

Common side effects of nortriptyline hydrochloride oral solution include dizziness, drowsiness, some confusion, sex drive changes, sexual performance changes, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, blood sugar changes, or changes in weight. Usually these side effects do not require a doctor's attention unless they become severe or problematic. More serious side effects that may warrant a doctor's attention include allergic reactions, such as rash, hives, or itching; changes in a woman's milk production; male and female breast enlargement; eye pain, changes in vision or swelling or redness in the eye; difficulty breathing; confusion or disorientation; changes in heartbeat; fever; extensive sweating; hallucinations; problems with bladder control; stiff muscles; pain, tingling, numbness in the extremities; seizures; suicidal thoughts; mood changes; enlargement of the testicles; difficulty in urination; changes in urination amount; restlessness or difficulty sleeping, and eye or skin yellowing. If you experience any of these more serious symptoms while taking nortriptyline hydrochloride oral solution, you should contact your doctor immediately. Call 911 for difficulty breathing, chest pain, swelling of the face, mouth, lips or tongue.

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