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Epivir Side Effects

Serious Side Effects of Epivir

  • new infection: fever,epivir package feeling cold or getting the chills, soreness of the throat or any flu-like symptoms
  • bruising or bleeding easier than normal
  • mouth sores 
  • feeling nauseous, pain in the upper right section of your stomach, darkened urine, jaundice (yellowing of the eyes and skin) and clay or pale-colored stools could be signs of liver damage
  • sweating more than usual, rapid or abnormal heart rate, nausea and throwing up, and fever could be signs of pancreas damage
  • twitching or trembling of the hands
  • feeling anxious, nervous or agitated
  • difficulty sleeping
  • persistent diarrhea or rapid and unexplained weight loss
  • changes in menstruation
  • loss of desire or ability to have sex
  • enlargement of your neck or throat
  • muscle pain or weakness
  • numbness of the fingers or toes
  • trouble walking, breathing, or speaking and vision problems
  • pain in the upper stomach or abdomen spreading to your back
  • strong pain in the lower back and loss of control over bladder or bowel function
  • allergic reaction: swelling of the tongue, throat, mouth and face, difficulty breathing, and hives or a rash

Symptoms of Lactic Acidosis

Patients who are taking Epivir have an increased risk of developing lactic acidosis, which is a serious, potentially fatal condition. Let your doctor know immediately if you have these symptoms:
  • nauseousness and loss of appetite
  • feeling extremely fatigue or tired
  • loss of strength
  • darkened or brown urine
  • abnormal bleeding and buising
  • symptoms of the flu: fever, chills and sore throat
  • jaundice: yellowing of the skin or eyes
  • pain in the upper right abdomen or stomach pain

Common Side Effects of Epivir

  • coughing, congestion or runny nose
  • feeling tired or drowsy
  • headache
  • minor diarrhea
  • changes in distribution of body fat (particularly of fat in the arms, face, neck, abdomen, and breasts)