What are the side effects of prochlorperazine maleate tablets?

Taking prochlorperazine maleate tablets may cause a variety of side effects, ranging from mild to serious. Typical side effects include headache, nausea, difficulty urinating or defecating, dry mouth, anxiousness, weight gain, distorted pupils, dizziness, male sexual dysfunction, female breast enlargement, trouble sleeping, and blurry vision.

More serious side effects include bleeding, uncontrollable shaking, fatigue, stiffness, jaundice (yellow skin or eyes), flu-like symptoms, dark-colored urine, severe stomach ache, rashes, swelling, blindness, coma, irregular heartbeat, difficulty swallowing, and brown-tinted vision.

Seek medical treatment immediately if you have any of these or more serious side effects.

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