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What are the side effects of Carbatrol?

Common side effects of Carbatrol (carbamazepine) are nausea or vomiting; dizziness, unsteadiness or lightheadedness; dry mouth; and drowsiness. More serious side effects of Carbatrol include allergic reaction (swelling of your mouth, tongue, lips, throat, or face; difficulty breathing; tightness in your chest; or hives); signs of internal bleeding (black, bloody, or sticky bowel movements, abnormal bleeding or bruising, or fatigue); signs of kidney disease (dark urine, jaundice); sudden or unexpected changes in mood or mental state; loss of coordination or uncontrollable movement; or vision loss. Seek immediate medical attention if you experience these symptoms.

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