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What should I know about K-Tab before taking it?

K-Tab should be taken whole. Do not crush or chew the tablet. Be aware of the possibility of serious side effects, such as irregular heartbeat, numbness, tingling and weakness. Tell your doctor immediately if you experience these effects.

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