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Aricept oral

Does Aricept oral have side effects?

The following side effects are associated with Aricept oral:

Common side effects of Aricept oral:

CrampsSevere
Chronic Trouble SleepingSevere
Feel Like Throwing UpSevere
Throwing UpSevere
DiarrheaSevere

Infrequent side effects of Aricept oral:

NightmaresSevere
DepressionSevere
Hemorrhage of Blood Under the SkinSevere
ArthritisSevere
DrowsinessSevere
Feeling FaintSevere
DizzySevere
Low EnergySevere
PainSevere
Loss of AppetiteSevere
Weight LossSevere
Head PainSevere
Frequent UrinationSevere

Rare side effects of Aricept oral:

Aggressive BehaviorSevere
Neuroleptic Malignant SyndromeSevere
CataractsSevere
Blurred VisionSevere
Eye IrritationSevere
High Blood PressureSevere
Heart BlockSevere
Atrial FibrillationSevere
Slow HeartbeatSevere
Heart FailureSevere
Abnormally Low Blood PressureSevere
Widening of Blood VesselsSevere
BronchitisSevere
Bleeding of the Stomach or IntestinesSevere
Infection of Genitals or Urinary TractSevere
"Change of Life" SignsSevere
ItchingSevere
HivesSevere
Mental ImpairmentSevere
SeizuresSevere
Sensation of Spinning or WhirlingSevere
Excessive SweatingSevere
Involuntary QuiveringSevere
UncoordinatedSevere
Fluid Retention in the Legs, Feet, Arms or HandsSevere
Brain Disease or Injury causing Inability to CommunicateSevere
Trouble BreathingSevere
Chest PainSevere
GasSevere
Unable to Control Bowel MovementSevere
Problems with Bladder ControlSevere
Urination During the NightSevere
Stomach CrampsSevere
NervousSevere
Numbness and TinglingSevere
Easily Angered or AnnoyedSevere
Extreme Loss of Body WaterSevere
AnemiaSevere
Mood ChangesSevere
DelusionsSevere
Altered Interest in Having Sexual IntercourseSevere
Abnormal Liver Function TestsLess Severe

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