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What side effects does Nabumetone (Relafen) cause?

Some people experience side effects while taking nabumetone. You should tell your doctor if the following side effects worsen or do not go away during treatment: diarrhea; constipation; abdominal pain; dyspepsia; bloating; flatulence; vomiting; dry mouth; dizziness; headaches; fatigue; nervousness; insomnia; excessive sweating; ringing in the ears; mouth sores.

Side effects that suggest possible overdose include: sudden weight gain; edema; jaundice; lethargy; loss of appetite; nausea; pain in the right upper area of the stomach; flu symptoms; fever; blisters; rash, hives or itchy skin; breathing or swallowing problems; hoarse voice; paleness of skin; rapid heartbeat; urine that is discolored, cloudy or bloody; urination problems and back pain.

Because other side effects may occur, you should notify a doctor about any new symptoms so that a doctor can determine if the symptoms are related to the use of nabumetone.

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