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What are the side effects of Corlopam?

Typical side effects from Corlopam include: stomach and back ache; flushing; sweating; anxiousness; nausea; pain at the location of the injection; temporary low blood pressure (hypotension); and rapid heart rate. More serious side effects include: allergic reactions characterized by hives, itchy rash, difficulty breathing and swelling in the face, mouth or throat; headaches; lightheadedness; vomiting; pain and palpitations in the chest; low blood pressure that stays low; and a tingling sensation in the hands and feet. Get medical help immediately if you have any of these more serious side effects.

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