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Amrix oral

Does Amrix oral have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with Amrix oral:

Common side effects of Amrix oral:

Dry MouthLess Severe
DrowsinessLess Severe
DizzyLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of Amrix oral:

Blurred VisionLess Severe

Rare side effects of Amrix oral:

DepressionSevere
Serotonin Syndrome - Adverse Drug InteractionSevere
Yellowing of Skin or Eyes from Liver ProblemsSevere
Toxic Effect on Brain or Spinal Cord FunctionSevere
Abnormal Heart RhythmSevere
BronchospasmSevere
HepatitisSevere
Blockage of Normal Bile FlowSevere
Inflammation of Skin caused by an AllergySevere
ItchingSevere
HivesSevere
Feeling FaintSevere
SeizuresSevere
UncoordinatedSevere
RashSevere
Fast HeartbeatSevere
Trouble BreathingSevere
Difficult or Painful UrinationSevere
Cannot Empty BladderSevere
Abnormal Liver Function TestsSevere
Life Threatening Allergic ReactionSevere
Giant HivesSevere
Reaction due to an AllergySevere
Psychosis caused by a DrugSevere
ConfusedSevere
Feeling RestlessLess Severe
Ringing in the EarsLess Severe
Disturbance of AttentionLess Severe
Loss of TasteLess Severe
Abnormally Low Blood PressureLess Severe
Widening of Blood VesselsLess Severe
IndigestionLess Severe
Irritation of the Stomach or IntestinesLess Severe
Incomplete or Infrequent Bowel MovementsLess Severe
AcneLess Severe
Muscle WeaknessLess Severe
Chronic Trouble SleepingLess Severe
Low EnergyLess Severe
Excessive SweatingLess Severe
Involuntary QuiveringLess Severe
TwitchingLess Severe
Taste ProblemsLess Severe
Head PainLess Severe
Difficulty SpeakingLess Severe
Heart Throbbing or PoundingLess Severe
Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
Frequent UrinationLess Severe
Stomach CrampsLess Severe
NervousLess Severe
Numbness and TinglingLess Severe
Not Feeling WellLess Severe

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