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Accupril oral

Does Accupril oral have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with Accupril oral:

Common side effects of Accupril oral:

Head PainLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of Accupril oral:

Abnormally Low Blood PressureSevere
Joint PainSevere
Feeling FaintSevere
DizzySevere
RashSevere
Chest PainSevere
High Amount of Potassium in the BloodSevere
BackacheLess Severe
Low EnergyLess Severe
CoughLess Severe
Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
Throwing UpLess Severe
DiarrheaLess Severe
Stomach CrampsLess Severe

Rare side effects of Accupril oral:

Intestinal AngioedemaSevere
Head and Neck AngioedemaSevere
Blood Pressure Drop Upon StandingSevere
Vocal Cord SwellingSevere
Pneumonia with High Amount of Eosinophil White Blood CellsSevere
Liver FailureSevere
Hepatitis caused by DrugsSevere
Acute Inflammation of the PancreasSevere
Acute Kidney DiseaseSevere
Blistering Skin DiseasesSevere
Skin Rash with SloughingSevere
Visible Water RetentionSevere
Kidney Problems Causing a Decreased Amount of Urine to be PassedSevere
Abnormal Liver Function TestsSevere
Giant HivesSevere
Reaction due to an AllergySevere
Hemolytic AnemiaSevere
Decreased Blood PlateletsSevere
Deficiency of Granulocytes a Type of White Blood CellSevere
Decreased Neutrophils a Type of White Blood CellSevere
DepressionLess Severe
Lazy EyeLess Severe
Widening of Blood VesselsLess Severe
Dry MouthLess Severe
IndigestionLess Severe
Incomplete or Infrequent Bowel MovementsLess Severe
Urinary Tract InfectionLess Severe
Inability to have an ErectionLess Severe
Drug or Chemical-Induced Sensitivity to SunlightLess Severe
ItchingLess Severe
Hair LossLess Severe
Chronic Trouble SleepingLess Severe
Excessive SweatingLess Severe
Fast HeartbeatLess Severe
Heart Throbbing or PoundingLess Severe
GasLess Severe
Numbness and TinglingLess Severe
Not Feeling WellLess Severe

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