What are possible side effects of tranylcypromine?

Seek immediate medical attention if you experience any possible signs of an allergic reaction to tranlycpromine, marked by facial swelling, hives, a rash, and difficulty breathing.

Seek immediate medical attention if you experience serious side effects of tranlycpromine, including frequent headaches, vision problems, sensitivity to light, rapid or pounding heartbeat, tight feeling in your chest or throat, swelling of your ankles or feet, pale skin, easy bruising or bleeding, unusual weakness, nausea, vomiting , dizziness, sweating, stiffness in your neck, confusion, lack of coordination, feeling light-headed, fainting, and tremors or uncontrollable muscle twitches.

Talk to your doctor about less serious side effects, including feelings of restlessness, weakness, drowsiness, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, loss of appetite, stomach pain, chills, numbness or tingly feeling, dry mouth, decreased urination, blurred vision, ringing in your ears, impotence, or difficulty acheiving orgasm.

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