What are the side effects of fenoprofen calcium?

The side effects of fenoprofen calcium may include the following.

  • breathing difficulty 
  • nasal congestion or runny nose
  • constipation 
  • difficulty swallowing 
  • stomach upset 
  • no appetite 
  • black, tarry stools 
  • vomiting (possibly of blood or vomit that looks like coffee grounds) 
  • diarrhea 
  • dry mouth
  • headache 
  • stomach pain (especially the upper right stomach) 
  • pain when urinating 
  • pain in your back
  • anaphylactic shock 
  • paralysis 
  • mood changes 
  • sweating 
  • feeling nervous 
  • feeling sleepy or drowsy 
  • ringing in the ears (tinnitus) 
  • decreased hearing 
  • hoarse voice 
  • bleeding 
  • bruising 
  • symptoms that feel like the flu 
  • uncontrollable shaking 
  • skin problems such as blisters 
  • yellow or pale skin 
  • flushing or redness 
  • itching 
  • rash or hives 
  • weight gain that has no apparent cause 
  • bodily swelling 
  • yellowing of the eyes 
  • exhaustion 
  • fast heartbeat 
  • cloudy or bloody urine

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