Serious side effects of Zegerid are pain in the chest, pain in the back, irregular pulse, seizures, fatigue, vision impairment, swelling of the hands or feet, and jaundice. You may also experience side effects which are similar to symptoms of flu, such as fever, chills, weakness and sore throat. Some of the side effects may also include severe skin disorders, such as peeling and blistering of the skin, and bruising and bleeding. Other side effects are unexplained weight gain, changes in the color of urine, pain in the joints or muscles, sleeping disorders and changes in mood.
Allergic Reaction and OverdoseAllergic reaction to Zegerid may include breathing difficulties, swelling of the mouth or lips, tightness in the chest and irritation of the skin or rash. If you took too much Zegerid, you may experience overdose reactions. Such reactions include fast pulse, nausea, vomiting, excessive perspiration, dryness of the mouth, vision impairment, confusion and faintness. If you notice any of these symptoms, contact your doctor as soon as possible, so the treatment could be adjusted.
Body SystemAccording to the body systems which are affected by Zegerid, side effects can be classified as cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, hepatic, metabolic, musculoskeletal, psychiatric, respiratory, dermatologic and ocular side effects. Cardiovascular side effects involve problems with the heart and blood pressure. Gastrointestinal side effects refer to problems such as constipation, diarrhea and dryness of the mouth. Hepatic side effects indicate liver problems. Metabolic side effects involve weight changes. Musculoskeletal side effects refer to pain in the joints and muscles. Psychiatric side effects involve mood changes and sleeping disorders. Respiratory side effects involve breathing difficulties and pain in the throat. Dermatologic side effects refer to various skin disorders and ocular side effects include problems with vision.
Allergic Reaction and Overdose