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What are the side effects of Nefazodone?

Side effects of Nefazodone may include nausea, drowsiness, tiredness, changes in weight or appetite, headache, diarrhea, blurred vision, clumsiness, lightheadedness, ringing in your ears, feeling flush, excessive sweating, agitation, nightmares, confusion, dry mouth, heartburn, fainting, constipation, light sensitivity, difficult or frequent urination, swelling of your legs or arms, tremor, difficulty sleeping, or changes in sex drive or ability. Talk to your doctor if these symptoms become severe or will not go away.

Call your doctor right away if you develop any of the following symptoms: difficulty speaking, uncontrollable shaking of your body, back or jaw, muscle spasms, shuffling walk, fever, rash, difficulty swallowing or breathing, irregular heartbeat, seizure, or a painful erection of your penis for longer than four hours. Less common side effects may include bladder pain, urgency to urinate, difficulty urinating, or urination marked by pain or burning. Other side effects may include hoarseness, cough, trouble breathing, nausea, eye pain, stomach pain, trouble breathing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, wheezing, excessive muscle tone, muscle tightness or tension, and stiffness. Side effects may also include itching of your genital area, pain during intercourse, and vaginal discharge that is thick, white, without odor, or mild in odor.

Rarely, side effects may include rectal bleeding, bloody stools, vomiting blood, unusual bleeding or bruising, asthma, chest pain, breast pain, slowing of mental or physical activity, increased thirst, fast heartbeat, hallucinations, problems speaking, hearing and sunlight sensitivity, kidney stones, changes to the menstrual cycle, pelvic pain, nerve pain, or stomach pain. Other rare side effects may include double vision, dry or red or irritated eyes, ear pain, fever, sore throat, chills, swollen glands, feeling unwell, tiredness, weakness, mouth sores, or dilated pupils. Side effects may also include hives and swelling of your face. Other side effects may include mood changes, mental changes, or excited activity.

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