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Opana oral

Does Opana oral have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with Opana oral:

Common side effects of Opana oral:

Problems with EyesightSevere
Blood Pressure Drop Upon StandingSevere
Significant Decrease in Lung FunctionSevere
Visible Water RetentionSevere
Abnormally Low Blood PressureLess Severe
Dry MouthLess Severe
IndigestionLess Severe
Incomplete or Infrequent Bowel MovementsLess Severe
ItchingLess Severe
DrowsinessLess Severe
Feeling FaintLess Severe
DizzyLess Severe
Chronic Trouble SleepingLess Severe
FeverLess Severe
Low EnergyLess Severe
Excessive SweatingLess Severe
Loss of AppetiteLess Severe
Weight LossLess Severe
Head PainLess Severe
Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
Throwing UpLess Severe
DiarrheaLess Severe
Stomach CrampsLess Severe
Abnormal Nervous System Function Affecting Mental AlertnessLess Severe
NervousLess Severe
SluggishnessLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of Opana oral:

Decreased Oxygen In The Tissues Or BloodSevere
Fast HeartbeatLess Severe
GasLess Severe
Swelling of the AbdomenLess Severe

Rare side effects of Opana oral:

Blurred VisionSevere
Decreased Pupil SizeSevere
High Blood PressureSevere
Slow HeartbeatSevere
Blocked Bowels with No MovementSevere
Inflammation of Skin caused by an AllergySevere
Mental ImpairmentSevere
Heart Throbbing or PoundingSevere
Extreme Breathing DifficultySevere
Difficult or Painful UrinationSevere
Cannot Empty BladderSevere
Allergic Reaction caused by a DrugSevere
Reaction due to an AllergySevere
Extreme Loss of Body WaterSevere
Feeling RestlessLess Severe
Extreme Sense of Well BeingLess Severe
Feeling Unhappy or UnwellLess Severe
"Change of Life" SignsLess Severe
Skin InflammationLess Severe
HivesLess Severe
Loss of MemoryLess Severe
Temporary Redness of Face and NeckLess Severe
Trouble BreathingLess Severe
Feeling WeakLess Severe
Clammy SkinLess Severe

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