What are the side effects of Cantil?

Common side effects are: constipation, blurred vision, decreased sweating, drowsiness, dizziness, headaches, dry mouth, loss of taste, vomiting, nausea, bloating or weakness. The following side effects are more severe and require immediate medical attention: clumsiness, agitation, confusion, coma, diarrhea, decreased sexual ability, difficulty urinating; insomnia, disorientation, exaggerated sense of well-being; rapid or irregular heartbeat, inappropriate emotions, nervousness, hallucinations, pounding in the chest, prolonged and severe tiredness, restlessness, slurred speech, short-term memory loss, unusual weakness and changes in vision. Symptoms of an allergic reaction require emergency treatment and are: difficulty breathing, tightness in the chest, swelling of the lips, tongue, throat or face, itching or hives. Call 911 for labored breathing, chest pain or swelling of the mouth, tongue, lips or throat. Call your doctor or go to the emergency room for hives, itching or a rash. 

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