The most common side effect is knee pain and/or swelling at 1-11% of all people who took the drug. Other side effects that may affect driving were: anxiety and listlessness, dizziness, headache, shivering, and body pain. You may or may not get these. It's a good idea to wait at least a half hour to an hour before leaving to make sure you don't have an allergic reaction or a strong reaction of one of the above side effects. Starting a new drug right before a long drive isn't good timing. You don't know how it will affect you or when. Fortunately, the drug doesn't have a lot of side effects.
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