What are the possible side effects of Onfi?

Onfi (clobazam), an anti-seizure drug, may cause physical side effects. The most common ones include:
  • drowsiness or tiredness
  • drooling
  • trouble swallowing
  • difficulty speaking
  • gastrointestinal problems, such as vomiting, changes in appetite, and constipation
  • problems with coordination
  • fever
  • urinary tract infection
  • upper respiratory infection, such as bronchitis and pneumonia
  • trouble breathing
  • cough
  • blistering and/or itchy skin or a rash
Like other anti-epileptic drugs, Onfi may lead to suicidal thoughts or behaviors. Call your doctor immediately if you have any of these changes in your mental health:
  • suicidal thoughts or actions
  • new or worse depression, anxiety or irritability
  • panic attacks
  • feeling irritable, restless or agitated
  • aggressive, angry or violent behavior
  • impulsive or dangerous behavior
  • manic episodes—that is, an extreme increase in activity level and talking
  • any changes mood or unusual behavior

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