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APOKYN subcutaneous

Side Effects

List APOKYN subcutaneous side effects by likelihood and severity.

The following side effects are associated with APOKYN subcutaneous:

Common side effects of APOKYN subcutaneous:

  • Blood Pressure Drop Upon StandingSevere
  • Chest PainSevere
  • ConfusedSevere
  • HallucinationSevere
  • Visible Water RetentionSevere
  • Voluntary Movement DifficultySevere
  • Abnormal Nervous System Function Affecting Mental AlertnessLess Severe
  • Abnormally Low Blood PressureLess Severe
  • DizzyLess Severe
  • DrowsinessLess Severe
  • Excessive SweatingLess Severe
  • Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
  • Increased Production of SalivaLess Severe
  • Loss of Skin ColorLess Severe
  • Runny NoseLess Severe
  • Signs and Symptoms at Injection SiteLess Severe
  • Throwing UpLess Severe
  • YawningLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of APOKYN subcutaneous:

  • AnginaSevere
  • Complete Stoppage of the HeartSevere
  • Feeling FaintSevere
  • Heart AttackSevere
  • Prolonged Q-T Interval on EKGSevere

Rare side effects of APOKYN subcutaneous:

  • Continued Painful ErectionSevere
  • FallingSevere
  • False Sense of Well-BeingLess Severe
  • Fast HeartbeatLess Severe
  • Habit and Impulse ProblemLess Severe
  • Heart Throbbing or PoundingLess Severe
  • Mental Disorder with Loss of Normal Personality & RealityLess Severe
  • NervousLess Severe
  • Sudden Onset of SleepLess Severe

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