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Side effect(s) of Acamprosate

Read the side effects of Acamprosate as described in the medical literature. In case of any doubt consult your doctor or pharmacist.

Body as a Whole- Accidental injury, weakness, headache, feeling shortness of breath, abdominal pain, back pain, infection and burning or numbness in the hands, feet, arms, or legs.

Central Nervous System- Anxiety, depression, dizziness, dry mouth, sleeplessness, tingling, drowsiness, decreased libido (sexual pleasure), memory loss, abnormal thinking, suicide attempt and tremor.

Heart- Palpitations, syncope (consciousness loss), vasodilatation, high/low blood pressure, fast heart rate, bleeding, chest pain, varicose vein, sudden heart attack, inflammation of blood vessels and postural hypotension (fall in the blood pressure when the person stands up suddenly).

Gastrointestinal- Loss of appetite, diarrhea, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, blood vomiting, indigestion, constipation, increased appetite, inflammation of stomach, difficulty in swallowing, eructation, gastrointestinal bleeding, inflammation of pancreas and rectal bleeding.

Endocrine System- Decrease in thyroid hormone.

Blood - Anemia, easy bruising, eosinophilia, increase in lymphocytes and decrease in platelets.

Metabolic - Peripheral edema, weight gain, weight loss, hyperglycemia, increase in liver enzyme, gout, thirst, vitamin deficiency and excess bilirubin in blood.

Liver- Liver inflammation.

Skin- Itching, sweating, rash, pimples, hair loss, hive and dry skin.

Eye and ENT- Abnormal vision, taste perversion, ringing in the ear, poor vision or vision abnormalities and photophobia (sensitive to light).

Genitourinary- Impotence, irregular periods, urinating less than usual or not at all, urinary tract infection, abnormal sexual function, urinary incontinence and vaginal inflammation.

Miscellaneous- Fever, sleep problems, intentional overdose, malaise (discomfortness), allergic reaction, abscess, neck pain, hernia (swelling or projection of an organ), intentional injury, flu syndrome, chest pain and chills.



Other Precautions : *Avoid excess or less dosage.

Drug Name : Acamprosate

Acamprosate is used to treat alcohol dependence along with other rehabilitation therapy such as counseling and social support in people who have the intention of avoiding alcohol consumption. Acamprosate reduces the desire to consume alcohol.
More Info about Acamprosate

Trade Names for Acamprosate

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International : 

Campral
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