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What are the side effects of olmesetran drug?

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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Relatively few.

Extremely well tolerated medicine with very few reported side effects.
Of course it is an antihypertensive. It can make your BP too low. It should be avoided in pregnancy.

In brief: Relatively few.

Extremely well tolerated medicine with very few reported side effects.
Of course it is an antihypertensive. It can make your BP too low. It should be avoided in pregnancy.
Dr. Dan Fisher
Dr. Dan Fisher
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Dr. Charles Turck
Pharmacology

In brief: Occurring in 1-10%

The most common listed side effects, occurring in between 1 and 10% of patients, include: Dizziness, headache, increase in blood sugar, increase in triglycerides, diarrhea, back pain, bronchitis, sore throat, flu-like symptoms, and, occasionally, blood in the urine.
Note: just because they occur does not mean that the drug definitively causes them. It's just that they have been observed.

In brief: Occurring in 1-10%

The most common listed side effects, occurring in between 1 and 10% of patients, include: Dizziness, headache, increase in blood sugar, increase in triglycerides, diarrhea, back pain, bronchitis, sore throat, flu-like symptoms, and, occasionally, blood in the urine.
Note: just because they occur does not mean that the drug definitively causes them. It's just that they have been observed.
Dr. Charles Turck
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Dr. Darrell Herrington
Family Medicine

In brief: Minimal

Can't be used during pregnancy or some severe kidney or heart conditions.
May cause dizziness.

In brief: Minimal

Can't be used during pregnancy or some severe kidney or heart conditions.
May cause dizziness.
Dr. Darrell Herrington
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