12 Dec 2011
Hello deb450. I looked up here, on this site and the only time dizziness is mentioned its listed under severe side effects and as such "severe dizziness" where if experiencing this, you seek medical attention immediately. Dizziness of any form is not listed as a common, normal side effect. You should call your doctor as soon as possible, to confirm. It is considered a serious situation. Be safe and take care,
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