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What are the side effects of hydroxyamphetamine hydrobromide, tropicamide?

Side effects of hydroxyamphetamine hydrobromide, tropicamide include dilated pupils and blurry vision, so make sure to wear sunglasses after dilation if you will be out in sunlight and arrange for someone to drive you from the appointment. Expect the dilation to last up to 24 hours. You may also experience burning or stinging sensations, nausea, headaches, or dry mouth. If these side effects do not go away or get worse, contact your doctor. Also let your doctor know right away if you experience any of the following side effects, as they may be signs of a medical emergency:

  • hives
  • itchy rash
  • swelling around the mouth or face
  • chest tightness and difficulty breathing
  • mood swings or strange or unusual behavior
  • eye pain
  • rapid or irregular heartbeat
  • paleness or flushing
  • muscle rigidity
  • feeling short of breath
  • vomiting

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