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polyethylene glycol 3350

Side Effects

List polyethylene glycol 3350 side effects by likelihood and severity.

The following side effects are associated with polyethylene glycol 3350:

Common side effects of polyethylene glycol 3350:

  • Excessive ThirstLess Severe
  • Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
  • Not Feeling WellLess Severe
  • Sleep DisorderLess Severe
  • Swelling of the AbdomenLess Severe
  • Upper Abdominal PainLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of polyethylene glycol 3350:

  • HivesSevere
  • Head PainLess Severe
  • IndigestionLess Severe
  • Irritation of the RectumLess Severe
  • Runny NoseLess Severe
  • Stomach CrampsLess Severe
  • Throwing UpLess Severe

Rare side effects of polyethylene glycol 3350:

  • Abnormal Heart RhythmSevere
  • Atrial FibrillationSevere
  • Fast HeartbeatSevere
  • Feeling FaintSevere
  • Fluid Retention in the Legs, Feet, Arms or HandsSevere
  • High Blood PressureSevere
  • Imbalance in Body Salts like Potassium and SodiumSevere
  • Insufficient Blood Supply to the ColonSevere
  • Involuntary QuiveringSevere
  • Kidney DiseaseSevere
  • Life Threatening Allergic ReactionSevere
  • Puffy Face from Water RetentionSevere
  • RashSevere
  • Reaction due to an AllergySevere
  • SeizuresSevere
  • Trouble BreathingSevere
  • Ulceration of ColonSevere
  • Chest TightnessLess Severe
  • ChillsLess Severe
  • DizzyLess Severe
  • Extreme Loss of Body WaterLess Severe
  • FeverLess Severe
  • Heart Throbbing or PoundingLess Severe
  • Imbalance of Body FluidsLess Severe
  • ItchingLess Severe
  • Skin InflammationLess Severe

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