What are the side effects of itraconazole injection?

Mild side effects associated with itraconazole injection include: flu-like symptoms, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, itching, skin rash or stomach pain. Other, more serious, side effects may occur from itraconazole injection which include: severe allergic reaction; pain or swelling at the injection site; rapid or abnormal heartbeat; difficulty breathing, even with mild exertion; swelling of the ankles or feet; severe tiredness; ringing of the ears; hearing loss (temporary or permanent); muscle cramps; new signs of infection; dark urine; yellowing of the skin or eyes; persistent nausea and vomiting; rapid weight gain; numbness or tingling; clay-colored stools; loss of appetite; painful or burning urination; or fever. If any of these serious side effects occur, seek immediate medical attention.

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