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Lodosyn Side Effects

Serious Side Effects of Lodosyn

  • Patients with Parkinson's might have an increase in risk for getting skin cancer. Talk to your doctor about any unusual changes in your skin or moles.
  • Signs of a serious allergic reaction to Lodosyn are having a hard time breathing or swallowing, swelling of the face or mouth, and hives on the skin.
  • If you experience an abnormal heartbeat, seizures, or lose control of parts of your body get medical attention immediately.
  • Unexplained changes to your behavior or mood, depression, and suicidal thoughts are adverse reactions to Lodosyn. Talk to your doctor immediately if you observe these changes.
  • Contact your healthcare provider as soon as possible if you are constantly nauseated, or have persisting vomiting or diarrhea.

Common Side Effects of Lodosyn

  • You may experience constipation, a darkening of urine or sweat, mild nausea, a decrease in appetite, dry mouth, and vomiting after taking Lodosyn.
  • Talk to your doctor if you experience muscle twitches, hand tremors, blurred vision, or unexplained fatigue.
  • Taking Lodosyn may cause you to become dizzy, drowsy, confused, and anxious. Try not to do anything that requires your full attention, such as driving when you experience these side effects. It can also lead to insomnia or nightmares.