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Side effect(s) of Omadacycline

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

Gastrointestinal: Nausea, vomiting, loose stools, the presence of blood in stools, stomach pain, indigestion

Nervous system: Fever, headache, inability to sleep, pressure difference in the brain, taste disturbances, abnormal tiredness, vertigo

Skin: Itching, rashes, skin redness, pain and swelling at the injection site, excess sweating

Lab abnormalities: Abnormal levels of bilirubin, creatinine, liver enzymes, red blood cells, platelets

Others: Fungal infections, throat pain

Other Precautions : Women of reproductive potential who are prescribed omadacycline should be advised to use effective contraception during the treatment to avoid unwanted pregnancy and harm to the unborn.

Women must be advised to consult the doctor immediately if they become pregnant during the omadacycline therapy.

Men and women wishing to have a child in future must utilize sperm or egg bank services before starting omadacycline treatment as their fertility status are affected during treatment.

The refrigerated diluted solution of omadacycline should be allowed to come to room temperature by keeping it in a vertical position for at least 60 minutes before injecting into the patient.

Drug Name : Omadacycline

Omadacycline tablets and injections were approved by FDA to treat CABP or community-acquired pneumonia and ABSSI or acute skin and skin structure infections of bacterial origin in adult patients. It is a broad-spectrum tetracycline group antibiotic.
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