What are the side effects of Aciphex?

The side effects of Aciphex vary depending on your condition and your age. The most common side effects for children, ages 12 and older, are headache, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting, and possibly abdominal pain. The most common side effects seen in adults, ages 18 and older, are pain, sore throat, gas, infection, and constipation. These side effects normally do not need medical attention because they go away as your body adapts to the new medicine. Other symptoms, which are less common, include dark urine, weakness, weight fluctuation, dry mouth, and more. If you experience any symptoms not listed as the more common ones, contact your doctor immediately.

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