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What are the side effects of dexlansoprazole?

Dexlansoprazole can trigger a wide range of side effects. Severe side effects include extreme allergic reactions, such as hives and rashes, swelling of the face and difficulty in breathing. Other severe effects include: chest pain, numbness of the limbs, depression, severe vomiting or dizziness, irregular heartbeat, slow or fast heart rate, calf pain, blistered or peeling skin, seizures, shortness of breath, unusual tiredness or weakness and changes in vision. Seek immediate care for these side effects. Additional side effects include: diarrhea, headaches, nausea, stomach pain or gas, vomiting and upper respiratory tract infection. Contact a doctor if these become severe or persistent.

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