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What are the side effects of Valturna?

The most common side effects of Valturna include: dizziness, tiredness, headaches, sore throat, runny nose, joint or back pain, stomach pain and diarrhea. Valturna may also cause angioedema -- swelling of the arms, legs, face, lips, throat, tongue or other body parts. Call 911 for emergency medical help if you experience swelling while taking Valturna. It can also lead to dangerously low blood pressure that can result in severe dizziness or fainting. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include: hives, swelling of the face or throat and difficulty breathing. Talk to your doctor right away if you experience any of those symptoms. Other serious side effects include: blurred vision, irregular heartbeat, chest pain, muscle pain, fainting, trouble swallowing and changes in urine production. Because additional side effects may occur, talk to your doctor if you develop any new and unusual symptoms while taking Valturna.

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