What are the side effects of Naprelan?

Serious side effects of Naprelan include: black or bloody stools; blood in your urine or vomit; change in the amount of urine; blurred vision; hearing changes; chest pain, difficulty breathing or wheezing; nausea, vomiting or severe stomach pain; difficult or painful swallowing; fast or pounding heartbeat; skin rash, skin redness, blistering or peeling skin, hives or itching; slurred speech or weakness on one side of your body; easy bruising or bleeding; mental or mood changes; swelling of your eyelids, throat or lips; unexplained weight gain or swelling; signs of infection; unexplained stiff neck; persistent or severe headaches; unusual weakness or tiredness; fainting; or yellowing of your eyes or skin.

f you have symptoms of a rare but serious allergic reaction, such as rash, itching, swelling, severe dizziness or trouble breathing, seek emergency medical help.

Naprelan may also cause side effects that do not require immediate medical attention. Your doctor may suggest ways to alleviate these side effects, which include: constipation, dizziness, diarrhea, headaches, tiredness, drowsiness, upset stomach, nausea and heartburn.

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