Neoclarityn can have some side effects, but most are very rare. Not everybody will get side effects from Neoclarityn, and most will go away on their own after a few days. This is whilst your body gets used to the medication.
You should speak to your doctor if Neoclarityn side effects are not going away, or they bother you too much. Serious side effects need medical attention, so go to A&E or call 999 straight away.
The common side effects of Neoclarityn include:
- dry mouth
The very rare side effects of Neoclarityn include:
- severe allergic reactions
- change in heartbeat, such as pounding, irregular, or fast
- stomach ache
- nausea and vomiting (feeling or being sick)
- muscle pain
- changes to your liver, such as inflammation or abnormal blood tests
- trouble sleeping
Check the patient information leaflet included with your Neoclarityn tablets for more information on side effects.
How long do Neoclarityn side effects last?
Neoclarityn side effects should only last a few days while your body gets used to the medication. If they last longer or become unmanageable, speak to your doctor.
What to do if you get Neoclarityn side effects
If you get serious side effects like a severe allergic reaction, you should go to A&E or call 999. If you have mild side effects, you can speak to your doctor if they are not getting better or are bothering you too much.
To treat side effects like dry mouth, make sure you drink plenty of water. If you get a headache, you can take over the counter painkillers like paracetamol or ibuprofen. If you feel more tired than usual, try to get plenty of rest.
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