Heartworm Side Effects

Please note - some side effects for Heartworm may not be reported. Always consult your doctor or healthcare specialist for medical advice. You may also report side effects to the FDA.

Heartworm Side Effects - for the Professional

Heartworm

Self-limiting adverse reactions including lethargy, limpness, salivation, shaking, diarrhea, decreased appetite, licking lips, and belching were reported between 20 minutes and 72 hours following treatment in a field study with Heartworm Preventative & Intestinal Parasite Treatment Chewable Tablets.

In clinical field trials with ivermectin/pyrantel pamoate, vomiting or diarrhea within 24 hours of dosing was rarely observed (1.1% of administered doses). The following adverse reactions have been reported following the use of ivermectin: depression/lethargy, vomiting, anorexia, diarrhea, mydriasis, ataxia, staggering, convulsions and hypersalivation.

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