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What are the side effects of carisoprodol, aspirin, and codeine tablets?

Side effects of carisoprodol, aspirin, and codeine phosphate tablets are often not life threatening, however, seek immediate medical attention if your stool changes or appears to have blood in it, you pass out, have an irregular heart rate, elevated body temperature, constant throat pain, begin producing more or less urine than normal, pain when urinating, change in mood or mental state, confusion, clumsiness, lack of hunger, chills, seizures, severe dizziness, severe pain in the stomach, uncontrollable shaking, excessive bruising or strange bleeding, throw up that resembles dirt, ringing in your ears, trouble seeing, wheezing, trouble breathing, difficulty swallowing, and unexpected weight loss.

Side effects of carisoprodol, aspirin, and codeine phosphate tablets that require less immediate attention are pain in the head, dizziness, nausea, throwing up, heartburn, unexplained tiredness, pain in the stomach, lack of bowel movements, runny stool, indigestion, feeling the room is spinning, depression, irritation, and reddening of the skin.
Not all side effects are reported. If you experience symptoms that are out of the ordinary report them to your doctor.

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