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Spiriva with HandiHaler inhalation

Does Spiriva with HandiHaler inhalation have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with Spiriva with HandiHaler inhalation:

Common side effects of Spiriva with HandiHaler inhalation:

Acute Infection of the Nose, Throat or SinusSevere
Dry MouthLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of Spiriva with HandiHaler inhalation:

Urinary Tract InfectionSevere
Visible Water RetentionSevere
NosebleedSevere
Chest PainSevere
Throat IrritationLess Severe
Inflammation of the NoseLess Severe
Sinus Irritation and CongestionLess Severe
IndigestionLess Severe
Incomplete or Infrequent Bowel MovementsLess Severe
ArthritisLess Severe
Flu-Like SymptomsLess Severe
CoughLess Severe
Throwing UpLess Severe
Stomach CrampsLess Severe

Rare side effects of Spiriva with HandiHaler inhalation:

DepressionSevere
Increased Pressure in EyesSevere
Worsening of GlaucomaSevere
CataractsSevere
AnginaSevere
Paroxysmal Supraventricular TachycardiaSevere
Atrial FibrillationSevere
ShinglesSevere
Blocked Bowels with No MovementSevere
HivesSevere
RashSevere
High Blood SugarSevere
Giant HivesSevere
Allergic Reaction caused by a DrugSevere
Reaction due to an AllergySevere
InfectionSevere
Blurred VisionLess Severe
Paradoxical BronchospasmLess Severe
Throat PainLess Severe
Inflammation of the Voice BoxLess Severe
Painful, Red or Swollen MouthLess Severe
Painful, Red or Swollen TongueLess Severe
Condition in which Stomach Acid is Pushed Into the EsophagusLess Severe
Disorder of the Digestive SystemLess Severe
ItchingLess Severe
Muscle PainLess Severe
Pain in Arms or LegsLess Severe
Bone PainLess Severe
DizzyLess Severe
Voice DisorderLess Severe
Heart Throbbing or PoundingLess Severe
ThrushLess Severe
Cannot Empty BladderLess Severe
Numbness and TinglingLess Severe
High CholesterolLess Severe

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