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What are the side effects of terconazole?

The most common side effects of terconazole cream include: painful menstruation, stomach pain, body pain, burning or itching of the vagina. The most common side effects of terconazole suppositories include: headaches, burning or itching of the vagina or body pain. Symptoms of an allergic reaction that require emergency treatment include: difficulty breathing, hives, swelling of the lips, tongue, throat or face, chills, flu-like symptoms, tiredness, headaches, muscle aches, fever, vaginal irritation or sensitivity. There may be other side effects not listed here.

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