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What are the side effects of glycopyrrolate?

Common side effects of glycopyrrolate include: difficulty urinating, decreased perspiration, blurred vision and other vision changes, dry mouth, loss of taste, confusion nervousness, headache, insomnia, drowsiness, weakness, upset stomach, bloated feeling, constipation, vomiting, decreased milk production, nausea, dry skin, and enlarged pupils. Some side effects of glycopyrrolate are serious. Call your doctor right away if you experience any of the serious symptoms of glycopyrrolate, including diarrhea, confusion, trouble focusing the eyes, difficulty urinating, excitement, rapid or irregular heartbeat, fainting, erectile dysfunction, pounding in the chest, weakness, vomiting, or seizures. Some people may have an allergic reaction to glycopyrrolate. Seek emergency medical treatment if you experience any of the symptoms of an allergic reaction to glycopyrrolate, including hives, a rash, itching, difficulty breathing, or swelling in the face, mouth, or throat.  Call 911 for difficulty breathing, chest pain or swelling of the face, mouth or throat.

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