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What are the side effects of Emadine?

Some mild side effects that may occur with Emadine include headaches, an unusual taste in the mouth, dry eyes, itchy eyes and nasal congestion. Some people may experience the sensation of having something lodged in the eye or a short-lived stinging sensation when applying the eye drops. Often these side effects will diminish as treatment continues, but your doctor may be able to help you avoid or moderate a reaction. Other possible side effects are more serious and should be brought to your doctor's attention. These include strange dreams, vision changes and feelings of weakness. You should also talk to your doctor if you experience red, irritated, painful or tearing eyes during your treatment. Allergic reactions are possible, and you should get immediate medical help if you experience difficulty breathing or severe dizzy spells. Also, call your healthcare provider if you develop a rash or experience itching and swelling.

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