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What are the side effects of Cambia?

CaloMist can cause a variety of side effects. If you have trouble breathing, swelling in the face, lips, tongue, or neck, or hives, you may be allergic to the medication and should get immediate medical assistance. Call your doctor right away if you experience other serious side effects. These include black, sticky stools; fast weight gain along with swelling and decreased urination; coughing blood or producing black, grainy vomit; chest pain with shortness of breath, weakness, slurred speech, or any vision or coordination problems; fever with a sore throat, headache, and skin problems like peeling or rash; numbness with tingling, bruising, pain, or muscle weakness; chills with stiffness in your neck, light sensitivity, purple skin spots, and seizure; or nausea with a low-grade fever, stomach pain, dark urine, pale stools, appetite loss, and jaundice.

Call your doctor if the following side effects become bothersome: passing gas, skin itchiness or rash, dizziness, headache, nervousness, heartburn, hearing loss, weakness or loss of strength, ringing or buzzing noise in the ears, or bloating.

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