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What are the side effects of olanzapine extended release?

Side effects of olanzapine extended release injectable suspension include dizziness, drowsiness, constipation, dry mouth, swelling of your feet or hands, back pain, weight gain, nausea, and pain at the injection site. Less common side effects should be reported to your doctor immediately. These include flu-like symptoms, jerky muscle movements, sudden numbness, sudden weakness, frequent urination, excessive thirst, fainting, stomach pain, or hallucinations.

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