What are the side effects of trimethobenzamide?

Serious allergic side effects of taking trimethobenzamide will cause your face, lips, tongue, and throat to swell, making it difficult to breathe. Stop using trimethobenzamide and get immediate emergency help if this occurs. You should stop using this medication and call your doctor immediately if you have any serious side effects such as jaundice, seizures, easy bruising or bleeding, unusual weakness, tremors, muscle cramps, or severe spasms. You can continue using trimethobenzamide, but you should talk to your doctor, if you experience drowsiness, dizziness, a headache, depression, feeling disoriented, or blurred vision.

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