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What are the side effects of Neo-Synephrine?

Neo-Synephrine can cause a variety of side effects. If you have trouble breathing, swelling in the face, lips, tongue or neck or hives, you may be allergic to the medication and should get immediate medical assistance or call 911. Call your doctor right away if you experience other serious side effects, such as insomnia, anxiety, restlessness or severe dizziness; abnormal behavior or thoughts; feeling faint or falling; nasal swelling; chest pain or trouble breathing; heart pounding or fast heartbeat; shaking or tremors; cold feeling, numbness or tingling in your feet or hands; or little or no urination. Call your doctor if any of the following side effects become persistent or bothersome: minor sleep disturbances, nausea, dryness or stinging inside the nose, sneezing or runny nose, excitability or restlessness (especially in children), dizziness, nervousness or headaches.

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