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Are there side effects of receiving ticarcillin and clavulanate?

Tell your doctor if these generally mild side effects of ticarcillin and clavulanate become more severe or persist during treatment: unusual taste and smell; thrush; yeast infection; diarrhea; gas; nausea; abdominal pain; gastrointestinal discomfort; vomiting; giddiness; headaches; injection-site pain and swelling. Seek immediate medical attention if these rare but serious side effects occur: skin rash, hives or itchiness; skin blisters and swelling; breathing difficulty; chest tightness; chest pain; face or mouth swelling; severe diarrhea; severe abdominal cramps; bloody stools; dark, bloody urine; urination pain; vaginal irritation; vaginal discharge; fever; chills; sore throat; joint and muscle pain; seizures; bruising or bleeding; and jaundice. 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 use of this medication.

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