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What are the side effects of omeprazole and sodium bicarbonate?

Omeprazole-sodium bicarbonate has the potential to cause an allergic reaction, with symptoms including breathing difficulty, tightness in your chest, hives, rash, itching or swelling in your face, lips, tongue or throat; chest pain; rapid, slow or irregular heartbeat; high blood pressure; confusion; lightheadedness; weakness; fatigue; fainting; sore throat; stomach pain; high fever; bruising or bleeding easily; skin irritation, such as redness, blistering or peeling, including inside your mouth; yellowing of your eyes or skin; sudden weight gain; pain in your joints, muscles or bones; swelling, particularly in your legs or ankles; and dark-colored or bloody urine and urinary problems, such as inability to urinate or urinating more or less than usual. Other, more common potential side effects may be bothersome, but are less likely to be serious. They include: nausea, vomiting, gas, diarrhea, constipation, headaches, dizziness, low fever, dry mouth and sores or white patches on your lips or in your mouth. You should talk to your doctor if any of these side effects are severe or long-lasting.

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