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    Cognex

    Side Effects

    List Cognex side effects by likelihood and severity.

    The following side effects are associated with Cognex:

    Common side effects of Cognex:

    • DiarrheaSevere
    • Feel Like Throwing UpSevere
    • Hepatitis caused by DrugsSevere
    • Loss of AppetiteSevere
    • Throwing UpSevere
    • UncoordinatedSevere
    • DizzyLess Severe
    • Head PainLess Severe
    • IndigestionLess Severe
    • Muscle PainLess Severe
    • Stomach CrampsLess Severe

    Infrequent side effects of Cognex:

    • Abnormally Low Blood PressureSevere
    • Feeling FaintSevere
    • Heart Throbbing or PoundingSevere
    • High Blood PressureSevere
    • RashSevere
    • Slow HeartbeatSevere
    • BurpingLess Severe
    • Chronic Trouble SleepingLess Severe
    • Excess UrinationLess Severe
    • Excessive SweatingLess Severe
    • Excessive Watery EyesLess Severe
    • Fluid Retention in the Legs, Feet, Arms or HandsLess Severe
    • Increased Production of SalivaLess Severe
    • Inflammation of the NoseLess Severe
    • Not Feeling WellLess Severe
    • Rapid Deep BreathingLess Severe
    • Temporary Redness of Face and NeckLess Severe

    Rare side effects of Cognex:

    • Aggressive BehaviorSevere
    • Altered Mental StatusSevere
    • AsthmaSevere
    • Easily Angered or AnnoyedSevere
    • Fast HeartbeatSevere
    • FitSevere
    • Mood ChangesSevere
    • NervousSevere
    • Parkinson SymptomsSevere
    • Urinary Tract BlockageSevere

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    CONDITIONS OF USE: The information in this database is intended to supplement, not substitute for, the expertise and judgment of healthcare professionals. The information is not intended to cover all possible uses, directions, precautions, drug interactions or adverse effects, nor should it be construed to indicate that use of a particular drug is safe, appropriate or effective for you or anyone else. A healthcare professional should be consulted before taking any drug, changing any diet or commencing or discontinuing any course of treatment.

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