8 Oct 2009
These are the adverse reactions which may occur to the different organ systems. Hope this answers your question.
Palpitations; peripheral edema; syncope; tachycardia; bradycardia; arrhythmias; ventricular asystoles.
Headache; dizziness; lightheadedness; fatigue; lethargy; somnolence.
Dermatitis; rash; pruritus; urticaria.
Nausea; abdominal discomfort; cramps; dyspepsia.
Shortness of breath; dyspnea; wheezing.
Flushing; sexual difficulties; muscle cramps, pain or inflammation.
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